It’s Time to MAN UP about Domestic Violence Over 11,000 women and children look for safety from home violence in 2011 SAFE Ireland revealed today that nearly 8,000 women and over 3,000 children, received support from domestic violence services in 2011. Read More…
SAFE Ireland would like to invite you to MAN UP. The launch of an inspiring, brave new awareness campaign to start making Ireland the safest place for women and children with special guest Ryan Tubridy. See more…
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A NEWLY built Kildare-based refuge, which has been unable to open due to lack of funding, has had to turn away 20 women and 47 children living with domestic violence, according to the manager of the service.
Nearly 800 women and children sought help from domestic violence services on one day last year according to figures released today. Click here to read Kitty Holland’s article in the Irish Times.
In tandem with a Global Data Count of domestic violence services, SAFE Ireland announced today, International Women’s Day, that 770 women and children received support from domestic violence services on just one day. The network’s national one-day census which was carried out on November 4th 2011. more here »
‘SAFE Ireland urgently needs your support to continue our work for the elimination of domestic violence in Ireland. We need 1,000 people or businesses to donate €250 to SAFE Ireland, in order to stay open and continue our work in 2012. If you or someone you know can afford to donate €250 or more to SAFE Ireland we would greatly appreciate it. Read more »