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Young people and trafficking

Anti-trafficking Young People ProjectThis service is now closed due to the end of funding.

The Law Centre's Anti-Trafficking Young People Project has produced an online guide to Northern Ireland’s Human Trafficking and Exploitation Act 2015.

Read it here:

A guide to Northern Ireland’s Human Trafficking and Exploitation Act 2015 - © Law Centre (NI) 2017

About the project

The Law Centre’s Anti-Trafficking Young People Project provided a single point of contact for young victims of trafficking in Northern Ireland aged between 11 and 25.

The Anti-Trafficking Legal and Policy Adviser:

  • gave information, specialist legal advice, and representation to the young people;
  • helped them access services by referral to other agencies for help with safety, accommodation and welfare needs;
  • supported them with applications for recognition as a victim of trafficking.

The Anti-Trafficking Legal and Policy Adviser provided specialist training to advisers and other agencies.

The adviser contributed to policy responses to inform and influence anti-trafficking policy development in Northern Ireland.

The Project was funded by Comic Relief under its Sexually Exploited and Trafficked Young People Programme.

Project worker

Fidelma O’Hagan, Anti-Trafficking Legal and Policy Adviser

The service was free and confidential.

You can download an information leaflet about the project here.




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