The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) has welcomed a new funding, staffing and policy package for Ireland's nurse-led Sexual Assault Treatment Units (SATUs).
Sexual Assault Treatment Units are planning to allow victims of sexual assault or rape the option of preserving biological evidence for a year.
Using language sensitively when discussing victims of rape and sexual violence is important, according to Ellen O’Malley-Dunlop
THE number of 14-year- olds being counselled following sexual assault in Cork almost doubled between 2009 and 2010 and many of the alleged abusers were other teenagers.
Our hypersexualised society is having devastating consequences for children, with teen rape cases far more commonplace writes Claire O’Sullivan
A YOUNG woman who says she was raped at the age of 14 has spoken out against a justice system which she feels utterly let her down after her attacker walked free.
The Rape Crisis Network has welcomed the opening of a Sexual Assault Treatment Unit in Galway.
RAPE and sexual assault offences are on the rise but Ireland has the highest number of criminal cases collapsing before they reach the courts, it emerged yesterday.
It has emerged that many rape victims around the country have been left without medical treatment over the past month.
There were 16,331 calls made to the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre in 2005, according to the centre’s annual report published yesterday.
THE Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI) has accused the Government of reneging on a promise to increase funding for its services despite an alarming rise in attacks on women.
The Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI) welcomes today’s call
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