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MAN UP and Stand Against Domestic Violence Says UFC Fighter Cathal Pendred

Nov 16, 2015 Comments Off on MAN UP and Stand Against Domestic Violence Says UFC Fighter Cathal Pendred by

UFC Fighter Cathal Pendred is fronting SAFE Ireland’s MAN UP Campaign this year with a call out to all men to use their common power to stand up against domestic violence.

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Tubridy says it’s time to ‘Man Up’ to domestic violence

Oct 23, 2014 Comments Off on Tubridy says it’s time to ‘Man Up’ to domestic violence by

http://www.irishtimes.com/news/social-affairs/tubridy-says-it-s-time-to-man-up-to-domestic-violence-1.1973116

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Helpline for domestic abuse gets 5 calls an hour

Oct 23, 2014 Comments Off on Helpline for domestic abuse gets 5 calls an hour by

http://www.irishexaminer.com/archives/2014/1023/ireland/helpline-for-domestic-abuse-gets-5-calls-an-hour-with-case-study-293545.html

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New women's refuge cannot open due to lack of funding

Apr 05, 2012 Comments Off on New women's refuge cannot open due to lack of funding

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.

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770 women and children seek help on just one day

Mar 08, 2012 Comments Off on 770 women and children seek help on just one day

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.

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Annual National Domestic Violence Services Statistics Released

Sep 28, 2011 Comments Off on Annual National Domestic Violence Services Statistics Released

Not Always Safety in Numbers for Women in 2010: Women and children looking for safety could not be accommodated on over 3,000 occasions in 2010 because domestic violence refuges were either full or unavailable in an area. Throughout the year, 7,235 women received support from domestic violence services. SAFE Ireland’s members answered 38,629 helpline calls. 1,545 women along with 2,355 children lived in refuge for various periods of time. Read more »

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