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Supports Available

If a victim of trafficking decides to stay in Ireland what kind of supports are available?
Information on supports available to victims of human trafficking can be found on our victim supports page.

What training (if any) have the relevant State organisations received?
Information on the training State organisations have received can be found on our Training page.

Have any awareness raising activities been undertaken to let the Irish public know the crime exists?
See our News and Events to see details of our awareness raising activities.

What organisation in Ireland help victims of trafficking?
Please click here to obtain contact details for organisations who assist victims of human trafficking.

If a victim of trafficking decides to go home, what supports are available to them?
The Council of Europe Convention requires States to have in place measures that address the return and reintegration of victims of trafficking. In Ireland voluntary assisted return has been offered since 2001, to asylum seekers and other irregular migrants, as a service from the Department of Justice and Equality in conjunction with the International Organization for Migration (IOM). Reintegration assistance is offered to all returnees with the aim of assisting in their reintegration into their community.

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