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In Ireland, Nigerians, others move against human trafficking

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In a move to curb human trafficking, the Office of the Deputy Senate President of Nigeria, GEPCare Foundation and the Department of Justice and Equality, Ireland are to hold a summit on the menace in Dublin.

The two-day summit, themed: “Getting Involved”, will hold on January 31 and February 1, 2020 at Radisson Blu Hotel, Golden Lane. Dublin B. DOB VRR 7.The organisers said the summit is in line with the alarming rate of humans being trafficked on a daily basis, as statistics show that over
21 million people worldwide have been enslaved by human traffickers.

“This undoubtedly, represents an alarming threat to international peace and security. It undermines the rule of law, robs millions of
their dignity and freedom, enriches transnational criminals and terrorists, and threatens public safety across nations. The message could not be clearer: addressing human trafficking at home, takes the willingness to challenge misperceptions of what human trafficking is or is not, and unwavering determination at all levels of governance,” the organisers stressed.

The summit, according to the organisers, will feature a seminar; the screening of “Osato”, a movie that highlights and raises awareness on
the ills of Human Trafficking and a Fundraiser geared at engaging industry stakeholders, the flashpoint demography and the Government, to commit to working together in line with the Global Goals of United Nations against the trafficking of persons.

“Using valuable partnerships with the Department of Justice and Equality,Irelands and the Office of the Deputy Senate President of Nigeria, the
GEPCare Foundation aims to use this summit to bring more awareness and shine more light on this stigma, whilst seeking ways to reduce it to its possible minimum,” the organisers said.

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