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Have your say: Invitation to attend the NCCWN-Donegal Women’s Network Manifesto Meeting

Are you concerned about the issues effecting your community in Donegal?

Local and EU elections are happening on Friday 23rd May, and in the run up to these elections NCCWN-Donegal Women’s Network are holding a meeting on Wednesday 23rd April @11am to discuss the issues the network have found which has lead to the creation of the NCCWN Women’s Manifesto, but this is also an opportunity for members of the community to come together and discuss how we can address these local issues.

All are welcome please also share this invitation with family and friends.

Many thanks

For further details contact:

Telephone (074) 972 2790Email finbrennan@eircom.net or donwomnet@eircom.net

 

Do you know what Human Trafficking is? And would you be able to recognise its signs in your local community?

A guide to the issue of Human Trafficking for Service Providers in Co.Donegal. Please click on the picture below to find out about what is Human Trafficking is and how as a community we can help end it.

human trafficThe booklet was compiled by the Human Trafficking Working Group, an interagency partnership with members representing organisations such as the HSE, An Garda Siochána, Letterkenny Women’s Centre, Donegal Domestic Violence Service, Donegal Sexual Abuse & Rape Crisis Centre, Nexus and National Collective of community-based Women’s Network-Donegal Women’s Network. To read more about the launch of this booklet please visit the HSE website.

“Human Trafficking Is A Form Of Slavery It Is Happening In Ireland. Let’s End It Now.

Be Vigilant, Call 1800 25 00 25 Or Email Blueblindfold@Garda.Ie Educate Yourself About This Crime.”

The National Anti-Human Trafficking Unit can be contacted by post, telephone, fax and e-mail:

Address: Anti-Human Trafficking Unit
Department of Justice and Equality
51 St. Stephen’s Green
Dublin 2
Phone: + 353 1 602-8878
Fax: + 353 1 602-8276
E-mail: ahtudivision@justice.ie