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Cuan Saor and Tipperary Rape Crisis mark 16 days of action against violence to women

Published 2 months ago 09th December 2022 by Jamie O’Flaherty

Cuan Saor and Tipperary Rape Crisis & Counselling Service planted three oak trees in Denis Burke Park to mark the 16 days of action against violence against women. This campaign is an annual campaign and begins on November 25, The International Day for Elimination of Violence against Women, and runs through to the International Human rights Day on December 10.

Violence against women and girls remains the most pervasive human rights violation around the world. Already heightened by the Covid-19 pandemic, its prevalence is now being further increased by the intersecting crises of climate change, global conflict and economic instability. (Women’s Aid).
Both Cuan Saor and TRCCS provide a range of supports to women, children, adolescents and families who are or have experienced domestic/sexual abuse in County Tipperary, if you wish to avail of their support please phone them at Cuan Saor 1800 57 67 57, TRCCS 1800 340 340 to speak to someone or to make an appointment. Cuan Saor also provides a drop in service.

Cuan Saor and Tipperary Rape Crisis & Counselling Service, recently planted three oak trees in Denis Burke Park to mark the 16 days of action against violence against women. Photographed are L to R: Breeda Bell (Cuan Saor Service Manager), Eva Cummins, Verona Nugent, and Geraldine Mullane (Project Leader at Cuan Saor Women’s Refuge).

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