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RCNI statement on online abuse, support and responses 

Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI) Press Release  19th Nov 2020   RCNI statement on online abuse, support and responses  RCNI would like to send out a message to anyone who believes they may be affected by the non-consensual sharing of private and intimate images that there is support available and that they are not to blame.    We would like to condemn in the strongest possible way those who […]

Job Vacancies – Rape Crisis North East are Recruiting for Two Positions

Please see the job descriptions and details re: applying provided by RCNE below:   Fully Accredited Senior Counsellor/Psychotherapist  Rape Crisis North East provides a professional, free counselling & support services to female and male survivors of all types of sexual violence in Dundalk, Drogheda and Castleblayney. We are committed to delivering our services with care […]

RCNI release first statistics showing how Covid-19 impacted survivors of sexual violence and Rape Crisis Centres during lockdown.

Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI) Press release 20th July 2020  RCNI today said this new data shows Rape Crisis Centres rapidly adapting to changing survivors’ needs and capacity to reach out. It also suggests both increased need due to the additional trauma of the pandemic and unmet need due to those who have put their contact with rape crisis on hold until they feel safe enough and have the […]

Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI) welcomes draft Programme for Government

15th June 2020 Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI) welcomes today’s draft Programme for Government Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI) welcomes today’s draft Programme for Government. It is encouraging to see commitment to much-needed, transformative measures, and lessons taken from Ireland’s response to Covid-19. In particular, RCNI is pleased to see that the urgent need for […]

As the country starts to reopen, Survivor support remains our priority

Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI) Press Release 9th June 2020  As the country starts to reopen, Survivor support remains our priority In recent weeks it has become clear to Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI) that for many survivors, trauma is resurfacing and that they may also feel reluctant to prioritise themselves while so much else is going […]

RCNI welcome the Central Statistics Office: Recorded Crime Victims 2019 and Suspected Offenders 2018 release today

RCNI Press Release 15th May 2020   The Central Statistics Office (CSO) publication of Statistics on Victims and Suspected Offenders of Recorded Crimes (including 2018 and 2019 data) by An Garda Síochána gives brand new insight into sexual violence crime in Ireland.     For the first time we have data about the suspected sexual offenders, […]

RCNI Recruitment – Communications & Information Coordinator

Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI) Communications & Information Coordinator Job Description RCNI is seeking to employ a Communications & Information Coordinator to manage information flow at all levels from public engagement on sexual violence prevention to connecting remote rape crisis workers with their community of peers nationwide. RCNI is a small, dynamic and generally cheerful […]