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Art installation giving voice to local women who experience domestic abuse set to tour the county

A new art installation, commissioned by Cope Galway Domestic Abuse Service to mark its 40th anniversary, is currently on the move to different parts of the county where the local charity provides outreach one-to-one sessions to women.

Older women are a substantial group seeking support from Galway-based Domestic Violence Response

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Domestic Violence Response (DVR) is a Galway City and County based service that provides information services, telephone and counselling support, advocacy support and accompaniment and educational programmes to women impacted by domestic abuse. DVR also provides a range of educational training and awareness programmes to organisations, third level colleges, community groups, secondary schools.

Half a century for justice — businessman reveals impact of abuse by former Christian Brother

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A well-known Galway businessman said he had waited fifty years for his journey to justice to be completed, after a former Christian Brother who indecently assaulted him in the early 1970s was told he will be sentenced in March.

Half a century for justice — businessman reveals impact of abuse by former Christian Brother

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A well-known Galway businessman said he had waited fifty years for his journey to justice to be completed, after a former Christian Brother who indecently assaulted him in the early 1970s was told he will be sentenced in March.

University of Galway conference to discuss teaching Ireland’s history of institutional abuse in schools

University of Galway academics are calling for the history of Ireland’s institutions to be taught in post-primary schools ahead of a conference to discuss the issue this weekend.

Abuse of match officials a symptom of changing society

When I started out in this game, and even as a kid, there were certain pillars of society that demanded and were given authority and respect. We were all taught to respect the guards, teachers, priests, nuns, the elderly, the doctors the vulnerable...the list went on.

Drug addiction and substance abuse causing issues in the workplace

A leading HR expert has warned that an increasing volume of issues related to substance abuse are coming across his desk.

Corruption, abuse of power and mismanagement in public office

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One does not have to dig very deep into the archives to find evidence of wholescale corruption, pervasive nepotism, and general theft of public monies by public representatives and officials in nineteenth-century Mayo.

NUIG students can 'speak out' about violence, bullying, and sexual harassment

NUI Galway has launched a groundbreaking online tool for people to anonymously report experiences of violence, bullying, and sexual harassment.

TUS launches campus online violence and harassment reporting tool

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The Technological University of the Shannon: Midlands Midwest (TUS) has launched its anonymous violence and harassment reporting tool entitled ‘Speak Out’.

 

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