Protecting dignity and preserving humanity. Noeline Blackwell, chief of the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre, on how the law should help victims and why public inquiries need to be done differently.
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In the second episode of season three, Noeline Blackwell, chief executive of the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre, discusses new legislation on human trafficking and how her team has been preparing to assist Ukrainians who may have been victims of sexual violence. She also chats about her views on arming the gardai, pro-bono work, and winning a recent lifetime achievement award.
Hosts Catherine Sanz and Cormac Ó Culáin also review some important legal stories in the news.