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# Dublin Rape Crisis Centre

Last year
Dublin Rape Crisis Centre supported 18,400 people last year, up 31% on 2021
Mountjoy's female prisoners without specialised rape counselling since last August
Noeline Blackwell to step down as head of Dublin Rape Crisis Centre later this year
‘We’re turning a big ship’: What has changed in Irish society since Ashling Murphy’s death?
All time
Over 7,000 people contacted the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre for the first time in 2021
Over 6,000 people contacted the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre for the first time in 2020
Opinion: Justice delayed really is justice denied in rape trials - this is a big issue in Ireland
Dr Susan Leahy
'It felt safe': Why do people turn to social media to share their experiences of sexual assault?
Dublin Rape Crisis Centre welcomes move by VISA and Mastercard to block Pornhub payments
Calls to rape crisis helpline increase as service warns of drop in funds due to pandemic
'Those who are committing sexual offences aren't being properly held to account'
'The person can't move on - they are required to remember': Rape survivors 'dropping cases' because of waits for trials
Dublin Rape Crisis Centre says 'more people than ever are disclosing and seeking help'
Rape and sexual assault at house parties increasing, crisis centre says
Warning of 'systemic difficulties' in courts system as Rape Crisis Centre handles over 13,000 calls
Why Christine Blasey Ford's testimony is both 'extraordinary' and 'typical'
What would make a person more likely to report sexual harassment? This survey wants to find out
Would it work here? New law in Iceland means rape accused must prove they had explicit consent
When consent is contested, both sides are fighting for a 'win'
Noeline Blackwell
Two in five calls to Dublin Rape Crisis Centre in 2016 related to childhood abuse
DNA screening of taxi drivers in rape case 'welcome as long as a balanced approach is taken'
Calls for legislation on definition of consent following Supreme Court ruling in rape case
Homeless crisis: Rise in calls to rape helpline from people who have lost their homes
'Having sex is a fabulous thing, but in the right environment, with the right person'
"You asked her if she wanted to have sex, right?": A stark message for students
Two out of every three victims of rape won't report it to the authorities - why?
Rape Crisis Centre website hacked by 'Islamic State'
Bill to fight child grooming introduced to prevent 'Irish Rotherham'
Sexual abuse victim: 'We can't fix another's pain, only witness it. Thank you for being my witness.'
'Coming forward as a victim of rape is very difficult as it triggers shame and blame'
The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre reports 'disturbing increase' of sexual violence
Partners or exes responsible for one quarter of sex attacks on women
One in five women experience unwanted sexual conduct, but just 3 per cent report it
Tips: How to stay safe at Electric Picnic
“You’re the only one who’s fully there for them” – Volunteering with the Rape Crisis Centre
Billboard company discontinues Youth Defence campaign after Rape Crisis Centre incident
Victim devastated as man who raped her when she was 14 ‘walks free’
DPP to appeal Patrick O'Brien sentence
Rape helpline to see increased calls over Christmas
Judges 'need guidelines' for sexual assault sentencing