RCNI today welcomed the strong 16 year sentence and additional 2 years probation that was handed down to Liam Adams today in Laganside Crown court following his conviction for 10 counts of rape and indecent assault on his daughter. Fiona Neary RCNI Director said, “Áine Adams has spent decades holding firm to the truth about […]
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RCNI commend USI decision to break links with alcohol industry’s Drinkaware promotion as announced today. Fiona Neary, RCNI Director said, ‘The promotion of alcohol consumption by drinkaware was rightly recognised by the Union of Students in Ireland as a normalising influence which strongly targets young people. USI’s leadership in this area is vital given the […]
Former newspaper tycoon Eddy Shah’s has claimed some underage girls are to blame for their own sexual abuse, highlighting the persistence of the ‘she was asking for it’ narrative, writes Clíona Saidléar. CHILDREN WILL BE children, especially teenagers it seems, and what is an older, powerful man to do if they will throw themselves at […]
A ‘One Night Stand Guide – For Him’ on the CollegeTimes.ie caused controversy today after it told men to ‘prey’ on women and get them drunk. Cliona Saidlear writes there was nothing satirical about the article. FROM TIME TO time deeply problematic articles are written and published about sex or more precisely how to get […]
It is not only sex that sells, it appears rape culture also sells, and it sells Coca Cola. Only 30% of 2011 Rape Crisis Centre clients had reported the crime to the Gardaí. Ultimately, this figure should be recognised for what it is, a failure. The majority of survivors of sexual violence crimes choose not […]