Sexual Violence Centre Cork, Ireland was set up on International Women’s Day in 1983 and has been providing services to victims of sexual violence in Cork city and County for over 33 years. The Centre was formerly known as Cork Rape Crisis Service.
The Centre has two main aims:
To work towards the elimination of sexual violence in society.
To provide the highest quality of service provision to victims of sexual violence.
More than 200 young people gathered at the weekend for FemFest, run by the National Women’s Council of Ireland. Cork woman Tara Brown, who delivered workshops on consent, sexual violence and harassment, tells us about the event