Domestic Abuse and its Effects on Migrant Women in Ireland

8 March 2019

In honour of International Women's Day 2019, NCP Cork, together with the Community Foundation for Ireland, will be holding a talk entitled Domestic Abuse and its Effects on Migrant Women in Ireland. The event will bring together women of all ethnicities and backgrounds for a full and honest discussion about what domestic abuse is, what can be done to tackle it, and how it specifically affects migrant women. 

Special guest speaker on the day Deborah O'Flynn, who works with OSS Cork, a domestic violence support service, will provide some expert insight and information on the many ways that domestic abuse can be seen in relationships. NCP's own Jeannett Taku and Jennifer O'Sullivan will also be attending to help facilitate discussion. 

This event is open to all, particularly women of migrant or ethnic minority backgrounds, and is free to attend. To register your interest, please call +353 (0) 21 239 9910 or +353 (0) 87 960 5589. Alternatively, you can email jeannett@newcommunities.ie for more information.

For details of our Dublin event, being held on the same day at our head office, please click here.

Venue

Ambassador Hotel, Military Hill, Cork

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