Much of Ruhama's focus is currently on 'raising awareness', such as the current pile of bollocks ''We don't buy it'' campaign. Therefore much of the admin costs can be justified with this type of crap which they themselves know is nonsense. Add to that a few back slapping junkets abroad and the cost of recruiting staff, many of whom are cynically unpaid (while the CEO trousers a small fortune).
Originally Posted by HonestJosephine
The actual numbers genuinely seeking Ruhama's help are very small and as has been proved recently, those who do ask recieve little or no support. If however they can get the Swedish model introduced, their potential pool of 'rescue cases' is likely to increase, justifying further funding and increased influence as the 'saviours' of 'fallen women'.
The fact that the Irish public and in particular the Irish government are pandering to a nun-centric group with a very recent history of appalling abuse really does beggar belief. But then when we look at certain political parties continuing to gain electoral ground north and south despite appalling pasts, perhaps we can understand a little better. Apparently the past is a different country to many people.
Last edited by Davidontour; 25-04-15 at 23:59.
2014 in Northern Ireland:
Number of reported attacks on sex workers 70
Number of sex trafficking cases ZERO