As part of our 5-year Strategic Plan we committed to hosting two International Summits on Domestic Violence in Ireland in 2016 and 2018.

The inaugural Safe Ireland Summit 2016 profiled the issue of domestic violence in Ireland like never before. The Summit gave voice to survivors and those impacted by domestic violence and domestic homicide. It was the beginning of an uprising, gathering together the minds and passion of leading status quo disruptors.

Building on this momentum, the Safe World Summit 2018, brought together over 500 delegates from around the world and 35 leading national and international experts to put their heads together to explore the innovative solutions that are needed to really address the inequality, the control and the dominance that are at the heart of violence.

“The Safe Ireland Summit was the most inspiring and empowering event Iʻve been part of in many decades. There is nothing we canʻt accomplish if we can harness and sustain the power, the brilliance, the passion, the commitment that was present in that space over those two days.”

Linda Hamilton KriegerProfessor of Law, University of Hawai’i School of Law

The Safe World Summit 2018 was a “once in a lifetime” global gathering of thought leaders, innovators, change makers and warriors from across industries, social causes and life experiences in the first ever event of it’s kind in Europe.

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The Safe World Summit 2018 gathered, for the first time in Dublin, over 30 of the world’s leading thought leaders, innovators and change makers. See all of the speakers.

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The inaugural Safe Ireland Summit 2016 was the beginning of an uprising, gathering together the minds and passion of leading status quo disruptors.

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46 world and homegrown thought leaders joined the Safe Ireland Summit 2016 to focus on the social change needed to make Ireland the safest country in the world for women and children.

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Safe Ireland are extremely grateful to everyone who financially supported the Summit in 2016 and 2018.

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