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Mayo Women’s Support Services

Tender approach with a strong message in Man Up exhibition

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Think of a photograph that would be suitable for a campaign tackling domestic violence, and it is likely that a dark image of a terrified women, crouching in the shadow of an abuser, is likely to spring to mind.

Time to take domestic abuse out of the shadows

A number of ceremonies to remember the 204 women in Ireland who have been brutally murdered since 1996 are taking place throughout the county as part of the international gender violence awareness campaign - 16 Days of Action.

Major volunteering expo comes to GMIT

Keep your diary free for Mayo’s biggest volunteering event coming to St Mary’s Hall, GMIT, Castlebar, on Tuesday October 7.

Sixteen Days of Action Opposing Violence Against Women

The international 16 Days of Action Opposing Violence against Women runs from November 25, (which is UN Day Opposing Violence against Women), to December 10 (which is Human Rights Day).

Spinathon for Mayo Women’s Support Services

Have you got half an hour to spare? A 24 hour spinathon organised by UltraFitStudios and It’s a Natural Choice will start at noon on Saturday October 12 at UltraFitStudios, N5 Business Park, Moneen, Castlebar.

Frame Productions, in association with Mayo Women's Support Services and the Mayo Rape Crisis Centre, has launched a Fund It campaign to produce a series of videos aimed at raising awareness of domest

Ireland West Airport Knock experienced a major increase in passengers travelling on flights to and from the airport in July.

Support campaign to raise awareness of abuse in Mayo

Frame Productions, in association with Mayo Women's Support Services and the Mayo Rape Crisis Centre, has launched a Fund It campaign to produce a series of videos aimed at raising awareness of domestic and sexual abuse against women.

Domestic violence census shows that women in Mayo are living lifetimes of abuse

Mayo Women’s Support Services has presented shocking statistics which show that domestic violence across Ireland and in Mayo is a daily threat for women of all ages and at all life stages.

An Taoiseach promises to meet challenge of domestic violence at Mayo MAN UP launch

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An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD said that he was “one for reality and the truth” when he made a commitment to meet the challenge of the enormous problem of domestic violence in Mayo and Ireland.

 

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