DRCC’s response to the PFAI article regarding convicted rapist Ched Evans

The DRCC welcomes that the PFAI has taken down what we believe to be a seriously ill judged blog by their solicitor Stuart Gilhooly in relation to the Ched Evans’ situation. Alleged is a term preserved for the presumption of innocence before a trial which every accused...

14th June – Working with Issues of Childhood Sexual abuse – 1 day workshop

This one day introductory workshop is intended for those who come into contact with the issue of childhood sexual abuse in their work and who wish to enhance their understanding of the dynamics and effects of this abuse and their ability to offer sensitive and appropriate su...

Press Release: Rape is an inherently violent act – Dublin Rape Crisis Centre

Rape is an inherently violent act. There is no such thing as a ‘less violent rape’

There have been a number of calls to the National 24 hour Helpline for victims of sexual violence  1800 77 88 88, emails and social media responses, from victims and members of t...

Press Release: A message to the Junior Cert Class of 2014

A message to the Junior Cert Class of 2014 from the National 24 Hour Helpline for Sexual Violence

1 800 77 88 88

The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre (DRCC) urges parents and...

Opinion Piece by DRCC’s CEO Ellen O’Malley Dunlop

Do you believe a drunk person is to blame if they are the victims of rape?

We may try and distance ourselves from the possibility we or someone we love could be a victim Rape and sexual assault are subjects surrou...

Press Release: Let your hair down not your guard

A message to the Class Of 2014 from the National 24 Hour Helpline for Sexual Violence 1 800 77 88 88

The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre (DRCC) urges parents and the Class of 2014 to read the Staying Safe Tips...

Press Release: DRCC welcomes the decision of DPP Appeal

The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre broadly welcomes the decision of the Court of Criminal Appeal in Anthony Lyons Case.

Ellen O’Malley-Dunlop, Chief Executive of the DRCC said: The DRCC’s thoughts are first and foremost with the victim in this case a...

The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre adds its voice to the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence In Conflict

The British Foreign Secretary, William Hague and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Angeline Jolie are co-chairing a Global Summit in London over these few days (June 10-13) to End Sexual Violence in Conflict. This afternoon the British Embassy in Dublin is h...

The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre (DRCC) welcomes the 2 new Ministerial appointments

Ellen O’Malley-Dunlop, Chief Executive DRCC said: “The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre has worked with Minister Frances Fitzgerald since her appointment as Minister for Children and Youth Affairs and has found her to be a dedicated, energetic and committed Minister, who...

‘This is Not Happily Ever After’ Public Awareness Campaign

The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre has teamed up with Women’s Aid to raise awareness of sexual violence in relationships. This is not Happily Ever After, a four week long national public awareness campaign funded by , The National Office for the Prevention of ...