Cuts hit Rape Crisis Centre

Three people, including two therapists, have been made redundant from the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre because of a drop in funding.

27th January, 2013

Three people, including two therapists, have been made redundant from the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre because of a drop in funding. Chief executive Ellen O'Malley Dunlop said the centre was under severe pressure to deal with the number of people who contacted it for help and had already made three people redundant this year. Remaining staff had taken two pay cuts and were on a pay freeze.

Grant aid from the government has been cut...

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