Research & statistics
We believe that to be effective, sexual violence prevention strategies - including legislation and public policy - should be based on evidence and solid research. Further, it must include and encompass the experience and voice of survivors.
It is therefore key that both state and non-state bodies working to prevent sexual violence collect, measure and analyse relevant data.
You can read research and statistical analysis related to our work here.
Webinar: The SAVI Report -20 Years on
In 2002, Ireland saw its first ever survey on the population-wide prevalence of sexual violence. To mark the 20th anniversary of …
Role of Consent in Healthy Sexual Encounters
Qualitative research presentation by Dr Karen Hand on the role of consent in healthy sexual encounters Commissioned by DRCC …
Real Consent in Ireland presentation
Presentation of research on sexual behaviour & sexual consent - understandings and attitudes Carried out by Adam May, Karen Hand & …
DRCC Shadow Report to GREVIO 2022
DRCC is pleased to submit a shadow report to GREVIO, the independent expert monitoring body for the implementation of the Council of Europe …
DRCC Statistical Supplement 2021
Dublin Rape Crisis Centre's Statistical Supplement for 2021. You can also read our Annual Report.
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