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Published 27.04.2020 11:40
In Ireland, ads on TV, radio and social media against domestic violence during lockdown.
The campaign is launched by the government and frontline services. In addition, several agencies working with vulnerable women have received extra funding, such as Women’s Aid, which has been granted €63,000 to extend the high-risk support project, The Rape Crisis Centre Network Ireland received €50,000 and Ruhama organization received €8,000…
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Published 27.04.2020 05:46
In Cuba, the group #YoSíTeCreo supports women who are experiencing sexist violence.
The group #YoSíTeCreo en Cuba offers psychological and legal guidance for women who are experiencing abuse during the lockdown. In addition, they made available a free telephone number, an email account and WhatsApp for emergencies. They recommend women who are experiencing abuse to agree to a keyword with a trusted…

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