Friday October 23, 2020

When violence hits home

‘‘Domestic violence is a crime,” says Eimear Fisher. The mother-of-two leans across the desk in her third-floor office in the Harcourt Centre for emphasis.

25th August, 2007

‘‘Domestic violence is a crime,” says Eimear Fisher. The mother-of-two leans across the desk in her third-floor office in the Harcourt Centre for emphasis.

‘‘I feel that very strongly. People who know that domestic violence is going on should report it to the gardaí, to their GP, to Women’s Aid, Amen, the Rape Crisis Centre. Then it’s a matter for the authorities whether or not to prosecute. It may be difficult to...

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