Every woman and child deserves to feel safe.

As the Christmas lights are switched off and the crib is packed away for another year, we are turning the spotlight on the difficult issue of domestic violence, but more importantly, on what we can do together to make Ireland a safer place for women and children in 2022.

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#NoMoreExcuses2020 – Manifesto for a Safe Ireland for All

Our #NoMoreExcuses2020 manifesto recommends five critical lifelines that can really begin to create a Safe Ireland for All.

Please show your support for the Safe Ireland #NoMoreExcuses Manifesto.

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Safe Homes Safe Communities

The Safe Homes Safe Communities programme aims to build a movement for a safe Ireland. We want to create a society where women are safe, respected and equal in their home, community and workplace and their intimate relationships. We want to help prevent domestic violence while also supporting disclosure and people seeking help.
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Man Up – “Men Reject It, Men Prevent it, Men Must End it”

The Man Up campaign is about the positive and powerful role that men can play in ending domestic violence, in challenging abuse and supporting women and children.

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Face Up to Domestic Violence

Global star Hozier and Oscar-nominated actress Saoirse Ronan have teamed up to record a video for Hozier’s single Cherry Wine as part of a campaign to raise awareness and funds for domestic charities worldwide, including Safe Ireland.

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