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Athlone Family Resource Centre forced to promptly close doors

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Mayo youth group launch research findings on social media

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The Mayo Tusla Youth Advisory group recently launched the findings of a research project they undertook in relation to social media.

'People talk about rape when it hits the headlines but we should talk about it on an ongoing basis'

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For more than 30 years, the Galway Rape Crisis Centre has been offering vital support to victims of sexual violence and abuse. Founded in 1984, the centre is the second largest in the country, after Dublin, and facilitates nearly as many client appointments as its capital counterpart while operating on half the budget.

HSE and Tusla Staff in Mayo launch annual Bronntanas appeal

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In 2002 HSE staff in Mayo came up with an initiative to ensure that less privileged children in the county and their families would have a fair chance to enjoy the Christmas festive season.

Honour Manuela Riedo’s memory by joining Team Manuela for Galway 10k

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On the tenth anniversary of the death of Manuela Riedo, The Manuela Riedo Foundation Ireland (MRFI) is seeking 1000 participants raising €100 each for Team Manuela to leave a lasting legacy through the ongoing Manuela Programme and ancillary agency funding by joining the team to walk or run the Galway Bay 10k on October 7 this year.

Film created by NUI Galway students explores the issues of sexual consent

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Drama, theatre and performance students at NUI Galway have this week premiered the short film Lucy’s House Party, directed by Dr Charlotte McIvor and created as part of a sexual violence prevention initiative, The Manuela Programme, aimed at transition year students in more than 120 secondary schools across Ireland.

Workshop on healthy eating for babies to be held next week

A free weaning workshop and cooking session for parents and guardians of babies up to one year will take place at the Ballybane Resource Centre on Wednesday January 25.

Author John Walsh an example of how to face up to adversity

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A Galway man has written a book documenting his 16 year battle with cancer. John Walsh was first diagnosed with a tumour in his brain in the year 2000 and has undergone numerous operations and rounds of chemotherapy and radiation treatment since due to the continued presence of growths in his body. He is currently living with inoperable tumours in his brain and spine.

 

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