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Buy a white ribbon and help end violence

Two Galway organisations which provide services to women experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault and rape are urging people to buy white ribbons as part of an international campaign to end violence against women.

Fundraising evening for the Galway Rape Crisis Centre to celebrate women’s activism

An Evening Celebrating Women in Action, an event to celebrate and promote women’s activism, work, and contribution to the arts, takes place in The Crane Bar tomorrow from 6pm to 9pm.

Sixteen Days of Action

This year the 16 Days of Action opposing violence against women will run from November 25 to December 10.

Guerrilla Girls’ new work revealed

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Look out Kilkenny and Ireland! The Guerrilla Girls are back and this time they are taking on Kilkenny Arts Office at No 76 in their own unique way!

Jury discharged in Mayo barman rape case

A jury in the Central Criminal Court trial of a Mayo man accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting two children in the pub where he worked as a barman has been discharged after failing to reach a verdict.

Two NUIG students win documentary award

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TWO NUI, Galway students - Richard Walsh and Julian Ulrichs - have won the Best Short Documentary prize at the Radharc Awards in Dublin for their short documentary FGM – No Way Home.

Call for law to criminalise female genital mutilation

The government is being urged to take further steps to eliminate female genital mutilation by making the practice illegal in Ireland.

Refuge for women had to turn 500 away this year

Waterside House, the city based refuge for women experiencing domestic violence, was unable to accommodate 500 women and children this year due to pressures on its service.

Hanna’s House to hold security seminar

Hanna’s House, the feminist peace building organisation, is holding a seminar entitled ‘Women’s right to security in the home, locally and globally’ on June 12 in the Menlo Park Hotel.

Call for Gardai to investigate sex trafficking in city asylum hostels

A local politician is calling on the Gardai to investigate allegations that women and children are being solicited for prostitution and trafficking outside hostels/direct provision accommodation centres for asylum seekers in Galway.


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