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Last year
Ruhama reports 68% increase in those who they assisted from trafficking
Rise in sex trafficking victims seeking help in Ireland as State is failing on key reforms
All time
Accommodation unit to be set up for victims of sexual exploitation living in Direct Provision
No convictions secured against sex buyers since new laws introduced
Concerns growing about the number of underage boys being abused in Dublin brothels
Irish service supported 109 people affected by sex trafficking last year
People urged to call Irish mobile number to hear the reality of sex trafficking here
'Most prostitution here is run by organised crime gangs': Irish service helped 92 victims of sex trafficking in 2016
'Pick an apartment block in parts of Dublin and you'll find a brothel': The rise of the Irish vice industry
'This approach will not help victims of trafficking': Groups at odds as sex bill passes final stage
"Not all people in prostitution are exploited" - John Halligan defends stance on legalising sex work
France has criminalised the purchase of sex - what happened to Ireland's sex laws?
Here's how many men in Ireland say they have paid for sex
Arnotts apologises for 'My First Pole Dance' t-shirts
Over 300 women affected by trafficking and prostitution needed help last year
Bill to fight child grooming introduced to prevent 'Irish Rotherham'
Seven per cent increase in women affected by prostitution seeking support
Charities warn that children in care are at risk of sexual exploitation
Buying sex should be a crime, selling it should not - Oireachtas committee
Sex trafficking numbers 'tip of the iceberg'
Ruhama reports 18 per cent increase in demand for support services
"Women sell sex because they have to," says new campaign
Reports of 13 cases of trafficking of minors made last year
Prostitution programme 'showed the appalling abuse of women' - Taoiseach
RTÉ praised for 'hard hitting' programme on prostitution
Column: ‘I thought what I was doing was normal’
Johnny Fallon
Law banning purchase of sex "would reduce sex trafficking and prostitution"
Column: Do we have the right to buy or sell sex?
Paul Ryan
Most victims of sex trafficking are African, says support group
Prostitution on the rise in Ireland
Men who pay for sex 'should be prosecuted'