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Anti-Human Trafficking Unit, Department of Justice and Equality. (2018) Trafficking in human beings in Ireland annual report 2016. Dublin: Department of Justice and Equality.

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People can be trafficked into different types of work including restaurant and hotel work, domestic work, construction, agriculture and entertainment. They can be trafficked into prostitution and other forms of commercial sexual exploitation, forced begging and forced criminality including the cultivation of illegal drugs.

‘Forced criminality’ can occur when a victim is coerced into a range of criminal activities including ATM theft, pick-pocketing, bag-snatching, drug production or cultivation, and benefit fraud. Similar to both sexual and labour exploitation, this category also shows a strong gender dimension, with all male victims in 2016. This gender disparity is also evident in other EU Member States.


Date:January 2018
Pages:26 p.
Publisher:Department of Justice and Equality
Corporate Creators:Anti-Human Trafficking Unit, Department of Justice and Equality
Place of Publication:Dublin
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Subjects:MM-MO Crime and law > Organised crime
MM-MO Crime and law > Substance related offence > Drug offence > Illegal transportation of drugs (smuggling / trafficking)
MM-MO Crime and law > Crime and violence > Crime against persons (assault / abuse / intimidation)
VA Geographic area > Europe > Ireland

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