Together Against Trafficking in Human Beings

Ireland

Ireland

The Irish government has not established a National Rapporteur.

Ireland has only recently established many new structures for its anti-trafficking work and the creation of a National Rapporteur is not considered at this stage. However, it will be subject to review at the time of implementation of the new EU Directive on Human Trafficking. The Anti-Human Trafficking Unit, established in 2008, of the Department of Justice, Equality, and Law Reform has the overall responsibility for coordinating anti-trafficking policies in Ireland.

 

Governmental Organisations

Department of Justice, Equality, and Law Reform
Anti-Human Trafficking Unit
Pinebrook House, 71-74 Harcourt St, Dublin 2
Telephone: +353.1 6028879
E-mail: caofearghail@justice.ie
Website: www.blueblindfold.gov.ie

Ireland National Police Service
13/14 Burgh Quay, Dublin 2 
Telephone: +353 1 666 9130/01 
Website: www.garda.ie

Country Ireland