WEBINAR: Paving Pathways: Responding to the Complexities of Exiting Prostitution

16 April 2024

 Paving Pathways: Responding to the Complexities of Exiting Prostitution is an online webinar that will take place on Tuesday 30 April 2024 from 12pm to 1pm. 

We are hosting this webinar to share the findings of ‘Pathways to Exit: A Study of Women’s Journeys Out of Prostitution and the Response to their Complex Support Needs’ research by the Sexual Exploitation Research Programme (SERP) in partnership with Ruhama and funded by Community Foundation Ireland. Read the report here

The webinar will focus on two key areas: housing and health supports and will include a presentation on the research by Ruth Breslin, Director, Sexual Exploitation Research Programme (SERP). We are delighted to welcome as keynote speaker Clíona Ní Cheallaigh who is Clinical Lead of a pilot Inclusion Health Service in St James’s Hospital dedicated to improving access to specialist hospital care for socially excluded individuals and director of SafetyNet, an organisation that employs GPs, nurses and support workers to provide services to homeless people and vulnerable groups.

Sign up here for more information on speakers and to register for what is sure to be a fascinating and insightful event.


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