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Name of the organization

National women’s council of Ireland

Type of organization

Non profit organization

Activities implemented to fight gender-based violence (in english)

The National Women’s Council of Ireland (NWCI) is the leading national women’s membership organisation seeking equality between women and men, founded in 1973.

We represent our membership which includes over 180 member groups as well as a growing number of individual members from a diversity of backgrounds, sectors and locations.

Our mission is to lead and to be a catalyst for change in the achievement of equality between women and men. We articulate the views and experiences of our members and make sure their voices are heard wherever decisions are made which affect the lives of women.

Activities implemented to fight gender-based violence (in your national language)

The National Women’s Council of Ireland (NWCI) is the leading national women’s membership organisation seeking equality between women and men, founded in 1973.

We represent our membership which includes over 180 member groups as well as a growing number of individual members from a diversity of backgrounds, sectors and locations.

Our mission is to lead and to be a catalyst for change in the achievement of equality between women and men. We articulate the views and experiences of our members and make sure their voices are heard wherever decisions are made which affect the lives of women.

Mode of intervention

  • Social support for victims of violence
  • Trainings
  • Advocacy

Area of action

National

Keywords

Gender based violence, violence, women, men, advocacy, communication, information, help, assistance, ngo, association, Reception, Legal Advice, Legal Assistance, Psychological Counseling, Self-Help Groups, Trauma Processing Interventions

Contact informations

100 North King Street
Dublin 7, Leinster D07 KH97
Royaume-Uni
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