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16 Days of Action to End Violence Against Women The Istanbul Convention

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National Observatory on Violence Against Women and Girls-16 Days of Action to End Violence Against Women event

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The National Observatory on Violence Against Women and Girls invites you to join us on Friday December 10th, 9.30-1pm to mark the global 16 Days of Action to End Violence Against Women-' The Istanbul Convention: Monitoring Action ’

As Ireland embarks on its first GREVIO country report in 2022 we are at an important juncture when it comes to tackling violence against women and girls. It is also the 30th year of the 16 Days of Action campaign and Ireland's Third National Strategy on Domestic, Sexual and Gender-Based Violence will soon be launched.

Join us as we focus on these key advancements followed by in-depth panel discussions on some of the pressing issues that continue to harm women and girls, including 'Online Harassment & Public Life' and 'Family Court & Domestic Violence'

Speakers for this event include:

  • Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee
  • Frances Fitzgerald, MEP
  • Prof. Marceline Naudi, former President and member of GREVIO
  • Deputy Ivana Bacik 
  • Deputy Violet-Anne Wynne
  • Senator Eileen Flynn
  • Mary-Louise Lynch, Survivor and Founder of SiSi
  • Ursula Regan, Family Law Solicitor, Regan Solicitors
  • Prof. Louise Crowley
  • Dr. Salome Mbugua

This event will be supported by ISL interpreters.

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The National Women's Council (NWC) is the national representative organisation for women in Ireland.

The ambition of the National Women’s Council is an Ireland where every woman enjoys true equality and no woman is left behind. This ambition shapes and informs our work, and, with our living values, how we work. We are a movement-building organisation rooted in our membership, working on the whole island of Ireland. We are also part of the international movement to protect and advance women’s and girls’ rights.

Our purpose is to lead action for the achievement of women’s and girls’ equality through mobilising, influencing, and building solidarity.












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