The conference is being co-hosted by the women’s rights group Aki Dw A, one of the ICI’s 52 partner organisations which make up the Turn Off the Red Light campaign.
THE GOVERNMENT WILL be urged to make it illegal to pay for sex in Ireland at a conference being held in Dublin later today.
She added that the government had a “unique opportunity” to address the shortfall in the laws in Ireland and urged it not to “shy away” from the issue.
Your sexual identity can be described as how you see yourself in terms of who you are attracted to be it sexually or romantically.
The Immigrant Council of Ireland will host the conference where the Minister of State for Trade and Development Joe Costello is likely to come under pressure to say what the outcome of the current review of prostitution laws in Ireland will be.
Last week, the Justice Minister Alan Shatter published a major document as part of a public consultation process on whether Ireland’s laws around prostitution should be changed.