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Safe Ireland: Invitation to Tender for Website Design Services

Ormond Building | 31-36 Ormond Quay Upper |Dublin D07 EE37 | T: +353 (0) 9064 79078 Closing date for receipt of tenders Wed 1st June 2022 Summary Safe…

Safe Ireland collaboration with the National Cyber Security Awareness Task Force

Safe Ireland are delighted to announce a 12 month collaboration with the National Cyber Security Awareness Task Force. Cyber Awareness Ireland (CAI)…

Go Purple Day 2022 Launch

Safe Ireland is delighted to partner with An Garda Síochána to support the #GoPurple Domestic Violence Awareness Campaign 2022. The campaign was…

Safe Ireland Activity Summary 2020

Safe Ireland present a 3-minute video summarising the activity undertaken by our organisation and its members across the country, to support women experiencing…

How the RTE Toy Show Appeal has been assisting Women and Children to Safety

For those living in abusive homes, Christmas is a difficult time of year. Women, and children, are particularly vulnerable to increased risk of emotional,…

Rent Supplement for Victims of Domestic Violence

Today the Minister for Social Protection Heather Humphreys has announced that she is making Rent Supplement a permanent offering for women fleeing domestic…

Budget 2022 Fails to Prioritise Domestic Violence

Safe Ireland has expressed great disappointment at the failure of government to invest in critical domestic, sexual and gender-based violence (DSGBV) response…

Safe Ireland – Cancelled 999 Domestic Violence calls expose dangerous practice, out-dated technologies and unreliable data

Safe Ireland calls for effective and immediate remedy to the dangerous cancellations of domestic violence 999 calls and will bring this to its meeting with the independent Policing Authority next week. The Authority has indicated that it may call for an independent agency to carry out an investigation following further verification work, which Safe Ireland supports.

#HaveYourSay on the next DSGBV strategy

Department of Justice with Safe Ireland and NWCI launches a public consultation process to help develop a new national strategy. http://www.justice.ie/en/JELR/Pages/TNS Department…

Airbnb extends partnership to provide free accommodation to domestic violence survivors

Airbnb has extended its partnership with Safe Ireland and Women’s Aid to provide free emergency accommodation for domestic violence survivors across…

Woman and Child – The most far reaching, creative and inspiring campaign we’ve ever run!

2,275,513 impressions. In just two weeks. That’s the reach achieved by with our amazing and powerful 1 minute film Woman and Child, made by film maker…

A huge thank you for your unprecedented response to women and children living with abuse

We are all in this together. It was the line that kept us all going through the crisis lockdown months of Covid-19. We all knew that if we were to protect…

Irish Women in Harmony release single in aid of Safe Ireland

Safe Ireland is delighted to be supported by Irish Women in Harmony, a collective of over 40 Irish female artists, who have come together to record ‘Dreams’…

Two Amazing Nights of Music in Aid of Safe Ireland

We are delighted to share news about two amazing nights of music happening this week in aid of Safe Ireland. As part of the Other Voices Live, Courage…

Artists raise money for Safe Ireland Covid-19 Emergency Fund

One of the things that this pandemic has highlighted is that we are all in this together – that the virus can only be suppressed if we work together…

Safe Homes, Safe Communities: National Conference for a Safe Ireland

On the 25th of November 2019, Safe Ireland hosted the Safe Homes, Safe Communities: National Conference for a Safe Ireland in Westport, coinciding with International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.

Help Make Her World Bigger Again – Quick Reference Guide to Coercive Control

Safe Ireland is delighted to publish our 'Quick Reference Guide to Coercive Control' which has been designed to help explain what coercive control is,…

PIE4Shelter

Safe Ireland was a partner in an EU funded project called PIE4shelters which commenced in January 2018 and which ran 2 years. The project aimed to…

Safe Homes Safe Communities – A National Conference for a Safe Ireland

Safe Ireland invites you to join us at our National Conference for a Safe Ireland, which will be taking place on the 25th of November 2019 in Westport,…

Women are still deterred from reporting violence

Tens of millions of people across the globe have been following the unfolding story of the allegations of sexual assault against US Supreme Court nominee…

The real danger to women is within their own home

Just this month, a man in Mayo killed his wife and attempted to kill his son. The reports of Kitty Fitzgerald’s violent death in her home focussed…

Why we need to keep talking about Clodagh Hawe

Ireland can become the safest country in the world for women and children but we need leadership on the issue – and that means from everyone