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# Women's Aid

Last year
Pascal Donohoe announces new domestic violence leave for civil servants
'Nowhere to go': How the housing crisis is lethal for domestic violence victims
Domestic violence leave will include full pay
Record high number of domestic abuse reports were made with Women's Aid last year
"I know we're actually doing all the things we talk about”: Gary Grant of Imbibe Coffee interviewed
Paying workers a lower salary under domestic violence leave could put victims at risk, Govt warned
All time
Majority of Irish people agree that pornography is harming society, Women's Aid report finds
Cash is crucial to victims of domestic abuse or coercive control, says Women's Aid
Assaults with hurls, rape, sleep deprivation: Over 33,000 domestic violence reports made last year
One in five young women subjected to relationship abuse, research finds
'Myth-busting' crucial to combatting relationship abuse, Women's Aid research finds
Opinion: ‘Slap on the wrist’ sentences for domestic violence send a message... the wrong message
Sarah Benson
'The tip of the iceberg': 43% rise in people contacting Women's Aid
Young women more at risk of intimate relationship abuse during pandemic, charity says
'The tip of the iceberg': Over 5,200 extra calls to Women's Aid helpline this year
'Alarming levels': 20% of young women report intimate relationship abuse
Women's Aid says it's preparing for surge in contacts from women experiencing abuse during Level 5
'My own experience of domestic and sexual violence changed everything about me'
'I feel like the only way out is to die': Over 20,000 disclosures of abuse made to Women's Aid in 2019
Women report being strangled, raped and beaten as calls to helpline surge during lockdown
New domestic violence ad campaign tells victims support is 'still here' despite the pandemic
TV and radio ads set to be part of new campaign against domestic abuse during Covid-19 crisis
Gardaí implement Operation Faoisimh to protect against domestic abuse during Covid-19 crisis
'Deep concerns' over safety of women and children affected by domestic violence during Covid-19 crisis
State's first conviction for coercive control handed down in Donegal Circuit Court
'These figures should shame Irish society' 100 women have died at hands of partners or ex-partners since 1996
'He did not do one day': Six in 10 domestic violence offenders get suspended sentence
Thousands of cases of women being beaten, choked, threatened with weapons and smothered in 2018
How young women can recognise dating abuse and get help if they need it
'A woman often blames herself ': Dispelling myths around domestic abuse
Domestic abuse against men: 'He'd been kicked in the balls: he was black and blue to his knees'
'It's not love, it's entitlement': 90% of women murdered in Ireland killed by someone they know
Women's Aid call for 'understanding and empathy' following incident on Celebrity Big Brother
Domestic abuse charity release a statement following Adam's reaction to Rosie's upset on Love Island
'Groundbreaking' domestic violence law covers psychological abuse and the views of children
'A game of snakes and ladders': 28% of calls to Women's Aid were about abuse by ex-partners
Change to PRSI arrangements could leave women in danger of abusive partners
Dangerous time for domestic violence: 'I spent Christmas Eve having reconstructive surgery on my face'
Shorter manslaughter sentences given to men if the women they killed were their partners
Opinion: 'A father’s right to access should not outweigh a child’s right to safety'
Margaret Martin