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Identifying victims of #humantrafficking is crucial to ensure they are not penalised for offences they committed while being trafficked. In this blog, @jmuraszkiewicz & Prof. Piotrowicz comment on a #CourtofAppeal judgment and the role of expert witnesses
Whose Evidence Counts? Problems in the Identification of Victims of Trafficking - Refugee Law Initiative Blog
Blog post by Dr Julia Muraszkiewicz (Trilateral Research) and Professor Ryszard Piotrowicz (Dept of Law and Criminolog...
How can we use #data to support better decision-making around #societal problems? In this blog, we attempt to truly understand #HumanTrafficking by delving deeper into the many layers that lie beneath #data & #analytics. #HumanRights
Digging deep: The picture beneath the data on human trafficking - Trilateral Research
How can we use data to support better decision-making around societal problems? In this blog, we attempt to truly ...
Have you been a #victim of crime? @TRIResearch_ is conducting a survey to investigate & understand crime victims’ experience with the Garda Síochána & the impact of these interactions. Fill in the survey https://bit.ly/3wU8gVO if eligible and read more https://www.trilateralresearch.com/understanding-crime-victims-experience-survey/
On #WorldDayAgainstTrafficking, we urge policy-makers and first responders to listen to victims and survivors voices. Our responses must be grounded in their contexts and needs.