Thursday, 28th July, 2016 Dignity at Work training

A Training Seminar for Managers, HR Professionals, Equality Officers, Trade Union Representatives, Members of Boards of Management and others in key roles Bullying, Harassment and Sexual Harassment can occur in any work place, with often devastating effects for the individuals involved and for the organisation. This training seminar will prepare those with responsibility for staff....

Nov. 2016-Feb.2017 Sexual violence – The Counselling Process

This in-depth 12 day programme is provided for counsellors and psychotherapists or those offering in-depth support who wish to enhance their understanding and skills in working with adolescent and adult clients who have experienced childhood sexual abuse, rape, sexual assault and sexual harassment. It is run in six two day modules on Wednesdays and Thursdays.....

Press Release: DRCC a partner in European Commission funded International PhD Programme

Dublin Rape Crisis Centre a partner in European Commission funded International PhD Programme Trinity leads €3.3 million Horizon 2020 project Researchers from Trinity College Dublin’s Centre for Global Health have secured €3.3 million for research into trauma-exposed populations in Europe. This four-year study is funded under the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 scheme and is a....

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 support to their clients and service users. Download an....

Press Release: WomanKind Fundraising Event in aid of DRCC

Dublin Rape Crisis Centre calls for greater recognition of the prevalence of rape. The Sexual Offences Bill 2015, which was near completion when the Dáil was dissolved, should be a priority for the new Government according to the incoming CEO of the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre. Speaking at WOMANKIND,  a fundraising lunch for the Centre,....

Press Release: DRCC asks You to Vote for Ireland’s Future

#VOTE for Ireland’s Future Joint call by Equality, Youth, Human Rights and Trade Union campaigners ‘Turnout is key if we want an Equal Ireland For All’  Voters are being encouraged to turn out in force in the General Election to have their say in Ireland’s future course in what campaigners from a coalition of equality....

DRCC Education and Training Programmes: Dignity at Work

Upcoming DRCC Dignity at Work Training  Programmes March 2016 Bullying, Harassment and Sexual Harassment can occur in any workplace, with often devastating effects for the individuals involved and for the organisation.  Employers have a responsibility in law to protect staff and service users from these behaviours. Dublin Rape Crisis Centre has been involved in providing....

Press Release: Dublin Rape Crisis Centre on new CEO of Tusla

THE DUBLIN RAPE CRISIS CENTRE (DRCC) WELCOMES THE APPOINTMENT OF FRED MCBRIDE AS THE NEW CEO OF TUSLA Ellen O’Malley Dunlop, the outgoing CEO of the DRCC said: “On behalf of the DRCC, we would like to congratulate Fred McBride on his appointment as CEO of Tusla, the Child and Family Agency. We have worked....

Press Release: The DRCC Board announce departure of CEO Ellen O’Malley Dunlop & arrival of Noeline Blackwell

“Together I think we have made a difference” CHAMPION OF VICTIMS OF RAPE AND SEXUAL ABUSE STEPS DOWN FROM DRCC POST The Board of the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre today announced the departure of Chief Executive Officer, Ellen O’Malley Dunlop, who will step down from her post in mid March. Ann Marie Gill, Chairperson of....

Press Release: Dublin Rape Crisis Centre

The DRCC welcomes the Second National Strategy on Domestic, Sexual and Gender-based Violence Ellen O’Malley Dunlop, CEO said:  “We welcome the publication of the Second National Strategy on Domestic Sexual and Gender Based Violence and we are pleased to see a continuation of a commitment to a whole of Government response to the prevention of....