Amnesty call for stronger action on trafficking in NI

image captionAmnesty wants stronger laws to deal with human trafficking

Amnesty International is calling for stronger laws to protect the victims of human trafficking.

A new report claims 25 people were trafficked to Northern Ireland in the past year but as yet no-one had been convicted.

Patricia Campbell from Amnesty International said: "Instead of prosecutions we have, well, nothing."

"We are calling on the Public Prosecution Service to issue guidance to prosecutors to ensure this changes."