On Just One Day, 467 women and 229 children – over 700 people – were receiving accommodation and support from a domestic violence service in Ireland, according to the 2013 SAFE Ireland One-Day Census, released today. The shocking numbers, which SAFE Ireland CEO Sharon O’Halloran said were in reality “the tip of the iceberg” highlight [...]
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Europe’s biggest survey on violence against women reveals that 26% of Irish women – or 394,325 women in 2012 – have experienced physical and/or sexual violence by a partner or non-partner. Read 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 »