Are you a man over 18 years? We want to hear from you. Please fill out this questionnaire on how men, in their role as observers, perceive and would respond to situations of domestic violence. This shouldn’t take longer than five minutes to complete and the results will be used to inform an MA thesis […]
James O’Connor and Eoin O’Keeffe are two sixteen year old students from County Limerick, Ireland. They decided to make a movie, as part of a school project, that would raise awareness about issues such as depression, bullying and domestic abuse. You can view their movie here:
Domestic Violence Response Galway and MAN UP were the chosen charity for the recent Colm Quinn BMW Galway International Rally which took place over the weekend of February 7th to 9th.
All Ireland Champions Clare Hurlers show their support for MAN UP From left to right: Alan O’Neill – Clare Senior All-Ireland Hurler Patrick Kelly – Clare Senior All-Ireland Hurler (Goalie) David O’Halloran – Clare Senior All-Ireland and All-Ireland U/21 Hurler Peter Duggan – Clare Senior All-Ireland and All-Ireland U/21 Hurler
MAN UP To Violence Against Women for International Awareness Day International rugby star Rob Kearney is standing up to domestic violence today, International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. He supports MAN UP – the SAFE Ireland campaign asking men to stand with women to end domestic violence. Latest figures show nearly […]
Radio Kerry launches the MAN UP campaign with Annamarie Foley, General Manager, ADAPT Kerry Women’s Refuge, Billy Keane, The Irish Independent, Treasa Murphy, Head of News, Radio Kerry and Fiona Griffin, Support Worker, ADAPT Kerry Women’s Refuge
Great to have the Director General of the GAA, Páraic Duffy, Owen Lennon and Paul Finlay Ulster Senior Football champions 2013 supporting MAN UP with Siobhan McKenna, Manager of Tearmann Domestic Violence Service, Monaghan.
Look out for MAN UP ads on the Luas and our postcards around Dublin and Galway this November. Also listen out for our MAN UP ads on RTE Radio One, 2FM and local radio stations throughout the country. Many of our members are gearing up for MAN UP in their local areas – you can […]
Irish rugby star Rob Kearney and the Bishop brothers from Fair City (Dave Sheridan and Paddy Fitzpatrick) are among the men lining out to support MAN UP this November.
Sharon O’Halloran, SAFE Ireland CEO, was asked about the trials of the Bishop family on Fair City. She said that the storyline helped to send out an important message to those living with abuse that help is at hand and that they do not have to live with an abuser. Also see http://www.irshmirror.ie/whats-on/film-and-tv/fair-city-actress-helen-norton-2653975