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New Animated Domestic Abuse Resource

You’re never too deep in the woods, to walk away from domestic abuse   An animated resource developed as a collaborative project between Cork Kerry Community Healthcare, HSE Refugee Resettlement Project with Yana North Cork Domestic Violence Project, Cuanlee Refuge…

News Podcast: West Cork Women Against Violence is a formidable organisation

News Podcast: West Cork Women Against Violence is a formidable organisation  And the woman who runs it is a formidable woman   Marie Mulholland - Belfast woman, life-long campaigner and women's rights activist ... and now the chief executive of…

Listen to me. Support me. Believe me. Help me

Listen to me. Support me. Believe me. Help me Listening to Survivors of Sexual Violence and their Supporters in West Cork A report by Caroline Crowley, PHD with Michelle Nagle, MIAHIP, REG ICP Sexual violence violates human rights to life,…

Need and Design of Sexual Violence Supports in West Cork

Need and Design of Sexual Violence Supports in West Cork “We Say it’s Not their Fault – We Do Nothing to Make it Easy for Them” A report by Caroline Crowley and Marie Mulholland with Miriam Ryan. Full report available…

Domestic Violence Safe House

A First for West Cork 8 March 2021: Private Donor makes ground-breaking project a reality on International Women’s Day Statement by the West Cork Women Against Violence Project and The Community Foundation for Ireland: After years of campaigning West Cork…

Support from An Garda Síochána

Support from An Garda Síochána on Domestic Abuse An Garda Síochána is here to help and support anyone who is a victim of the crime of Domestic Abuse, they should contact their local Garda station or in an emergency call…


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Violence against women is unacceptable!

We value all the help and support that we receive from organisations and individuals, and your financial support, whatever the amount, will help us to help those suffering domestic abuse. We all believe that violence against women is unacceptable.
Freephone helpline: 1800 203 136