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Safe Ireland

SAFE Ireland is delighted to announce a full-day seminar on

Understanding Coercive Control - Domestic Violence, Domination and the Defence of Liberty

with Professor Evan Stark 

(Additonal contributors to be confirmed)
 
EVENT DETAILS:
 
Date: 11th July 2017
Venue: Croke Park
 
Time: 10.30am - 4.30pm
(Registration from 9.30am)
 
Price: €75
 
 
Certification of attendance will be available on request (5 CPD Contact Hours)
 
Concessions available for low/unwaged
(email info@safeireland.ie for details)
 
This promises to be an insightful and engaging professional development event. If you would like more information please contact Claire Kearney at SAFE Ireland by phone on 0906 479078 or by e-mail to info@safeireland.ie.
 
SAFE Ireland is grateful to the following funders who have provided contributions to the cost of this seminar:
Victims of Crime Office, The Department of Justice and Equality, The Community Foundation for Ireland, Pobal and the Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government.
 
If you are a Teacher, Nurse, Doctor, Community Leader, Employer, HR Specialist, Social Worker, Garda, Prosecutor, Judge, Solicitor, Barrister, Probation Officer, Court Clerk, Family Support Worker, Tech Safety Specialist, Therapist/Counsellor, Domestic Violence Advocate, Rape Crisis Counsellor, Trauma Specialist, Child Protection Specialist, Social Care Worker,  Community Welfare Officer, Housing/Homeless Officer, Childcare worker, TD, Senator, Local Councilor, Researcher, Policy maker, Political Adviser, Human Rigths Advocate
 
and/or a Social Change maker ...
 
THIS SEMINAR WILL BE BENEFICIAL TO YOUR PRACTICE 
 

ABOUT SAFE IRELAND
 
SAFE Ireland believes Ireland can become the safest country in the world for women and children. 
 
SAFE Ireland is the National Social Change Agency working to end gender based violence with a specific focus on male violence against women in relationships.
We believe that at the root of all violence is what happens in the home and that the single biggest barrier to achieving gender equality and human rights for women is the high prevalence of gender based violence and its wider personal, family, social and economic impacts.
 
We collaborate with 39 frontline domestic violence services, state agencies, civic society organisations, business and community organisations throughout the country.
 
We work directly with women to bring their experiences and voices into research, policy, service development and violence prevention programmes. Our purpose is to change culture in order to eliminate gender based violence realising our vision for a safe Ireland.