Archive for October, 2011
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Investigation Unit.
Harcourt Square Garda Station,
visit to the Sexual Violence Centre on 27/10/2011
Today Mr.& Mrs. Alokozai from Impressive Consultancy toured the Centre with Mary and Pat Moriarty to see the work that is done here. It was a pleasure to show them around. Thanks for dropping by.
The Sexual Violence Centre has a selection of Christmas cards available and these cards are unique as they capture Christmas in Cork. The cards are available from the centre and local shops in packs of 6 for €5.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop into the Centre at 5 Camden Place, Cork,
if you are available to sell cards in your area or if you would like to buy them.
The artists of these beautiful cards who have kindly donated their work include Pauline Bewick, Fiona Turley, Mary Mackey, Donna Coogan, Carín MacCanna and Debbie Dawson.
All proceeds will go towards the work of the centre.
The cards are €1 each or 6 for €5.
To place an order email the centre email@example.com or call into the centre 5 Camden Place, Cork.
Call For Papers
For a Monograph on:
“Gender-Based Violence and Family Violence: The State of the Art in Research and Intervention”
edited by Ines Testoni (University of Padova) Michael Wieser (University of Klagenfurt)
Gabriela Moita (Inst. Sup. de Serviço Social - University of Porto) and Gabriela Dima (Spiru Haret University Brasov)
All Details can be downloaded here:
Figures from a soon-to-be-released study by the Sexual Violence Centre Cork reveal that a significant number of male students believe that women who claim to have been raped are partly responsible for it.
The Attitudes to Sexual Violence survey found that up to 50% of male respondents believed that a woman who goes out alone at night or wears provocative clothing puts herself in a position to be raped.
Please click here for full article.
17 October 2011
The Minister for Justice, Equality and Defence, Mr. Alan Shatter T.D., today announced publication of a report of the Department of Justice and Equality on Sweden’s legislation criminalising the purchase of sexual services - often referred to as the “Swedish model”. For full report please click here.