Irish Research and Policy

Irish research publications related to Domestic Violence 2005-2015

Amnesty International [Irish Section] (2005). Justice and Accountability: Stop Violence Against Women. Dublin: Amnesty International.

Buckley, H., S. Holt, and S. Whelan (2006). Listen to Me! Children’s Experiences of

Domestic Violence. Dublin: Children’s Research Centre TCD.

Buckley, H., S. Holt, and S. Whelan (2007). “Listen to Me! Children’s Experiences of Domestic Violence.” Child Abuse Review 16 (5): 296-310.

Clancy, N and E. Ward (2005) Women, Violence and Poverty in the West of Ireland: exploring economic abuse. Galway: Community Response to Domestic Violence Network.

COSC (2011) Domestic and Sexual Violence Services in Ireland: Service Provision and Co-ordination, Dublin, COSC

Coulter, C. (2007) “Shouldering an Enormous Caseload.” Family Law Matters 1 (3):2-3.

Devaney, J. (2015) ‘Research Review: The Impact of Domestic Violence on Children’, Irish Probation Journal.12. pp.79-94.

Hanly, C., Healy, D., Scriver, S., (2009) Rape and Justice in Ireland – A national study of survivor, prosecutor and court responses to rape. Liffey Press, Dublin

Hogan, F. and M. O’Reilly (2007). Listening to children: Children’s stories of domestic violence. Office of the Minister for Children/Department of Health and Children. Dublin.

Holt, S. (2013) Post-separation Fathering and Domestic Abuse: Challenges and Contradictions’ in, editor(s)Cathy Humphreys & Nicky Stanley, Domestic Violence and Protecting Children: New Thinking and Approaches., London, JKP, 2015.

Holt, S., Buckley, H. and Whelan, S. (2008), ‘The Impact of Exposure to Domestic Violence on Children – A Review of the Literature’, Child Abuse and Neglect, 32:797-810.

Holt, S. & Coogan, D. (2015) ‘Responding to Family Violence: New Challenges and Perspectives’, in Social Work in Ireland: Changes and Continuities. London: Palgrave.

Holt, S. & Kirwan, G. (2015) ‘Groupwork for Women and Children Experiencing Domestic Violence: Does it work and Does it Last’, Journal of Groupwork, 2015.

Horgan, J., Mühlau, P., McCormack, P. and Röder, A. (2009), Attitudes to Domestic Abuse in Ireland: Report of a survey on perceptions and beliefs of domestic abuse among the general population of Ireland, Dublin: Cosc.

Irish Observatory on Violence Against Women. (2013) Violence Against Women, An Issue of Gender. Dublin: National Women’s Council of Ireland.

Mid-West Regional Advisory Committee for the Prevention of Violence Against Women, Prepared by Kelleher, P. (2011) They Should Not be Allowed to Get Away with It: Voices of Women who Have Experienced Domestic Abuse. Cork: Kelleher Associates.

O’Connor , M. (2006). Housing Policy and Practice for Women Experiencing Domestic Violence – A report to the Eastern Regional Planning Committee on Violence against Women incorporating a survey of the six Local Authorities in the region. Dublin. (Available on www.sonahousing.ie )

RCNI (2006-2008). National Rape Crisis Statistics and Annual Report 2006-2008. See www.rcni.ie

SAFE IRELAND (2010). Outcome evaluation of domestic violence support and information services in Ireland – a pilot study. SAFE Ireland, Athlone.

SAFE IRELAND (2010). – ‘In Just One Day’- A national one day count of women and children accessing SAFE Ireland domestic violence services. SAFE Ireland, Athlone.

SAFE Ireland (2010). Information leaflet for professionals.

SAFE IRELAND (2009). ‘On the 4th November 2008’- A national one day count of women and children accessing SAFE Ireland domestic violence services. SAFE Ireland, Athlone.

SAFE IRELAND (2009). Safety and Change: A national study of support needs and outcomes for women accessing refuge provision in Ireland. Safe Ireland, Athlone.

SAFE Ireland (2009). Some facts about domestic violence in Ireland in 2008. Factsheet

Watson, D and S .Parsons (2005). Domestic Abuse of Women and Men in Ireland: report on the national study of domestic abuse. Dublin: National Crime Council.

Women’s Aid (2007-2009). Statistics Report 2006-2009. Available online at http://www.womensaid.ie/

Women’s Health Council (2009). Translating Pain Into Action: A Study of Gender-Based Violence and Minority Ethnic Women. www.whc.ie/documents/40_MEW_Full_Report.pdf

Current Irish Policy related to domestic violence

National Strategy on Domestic, Sexual and Gender-based Violence

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Second National Strategy on Domestic, Sexual and Gender Based Violence

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HSE Policy on Domestic, Sexual and Gender Based Violence

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An Garda Siochana Domestic Violence Policy

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The Probation Service: Domestic Violence Policy

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