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

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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 …

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Issues of Sexual Violence: The Counselling Process

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An intensive 12 day in-service course for those working or beginning to work as counsellors and psychotherapists who wish to enhance their understanding and skills in working with issues of sexual violence. This course will run for twelve days in …

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1 day workshop – 14 March, 2012 Issues in the Aftermath of Rape

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DATE   Wednesday 14th March 2012   TIME 9.30am – 4.30pm VENUE Dublin Rape Crisis Centre, 70 Lower Leeson St, Dublin 2. This one day introductory workshop is for those who come into contact in their work with people who have experienced rape and who …

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Actions speak louder than Words

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The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre (DRCC) welcomes the responses from the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Frances Fitzgerald and the Minister for Justice and Equality Alan Shatter to the publication of the Cloyne Report. Ellen O’Malley-Dunlop, Chief Executive of …

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Inertia, inadequate and inappropriate responses failed victims of clerical child sexual abuse in the Diocese of Cloyne

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The Cloyne Report tells us that in order to afford our children protection from clerical sexual abuse “institutional structures need to be sufficiently embedded to ensure that they survive uncommitted and ineffective personnel….Cloyne had an uncommitted delegate/director of child protection …

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