5 powerful and simple things men can do
How we can help make Ireland the safest place for women and children
Let’s break out of the narrow definition of manhood. Let’s be a model for younger boys and children. Let’s teach them with our words and actions that being a strong man means respecting women and caring for others.
We are listened to by our friends and colleagues. We may say things in ways that women don’t. So, let’s speak out when we see or hear behaviour that we think is degrading, abusive or controlling. Silence allows domestic violence to continue.
Listen & Learn
Take time to listen and learn more about violence and abuse and the impact it has on women and children. It will help us recognize it if it occurs to someone close to us, or even if it happens to you. While most domestic and sexual violence is carried out by men against women, men are also victims of violence – by both men and women.
Join Your Power with Ours
Help End Domestic Violence
If you want to know more or if you want to run a MAN UP promotion in your community you can do this by:
- Joining forces with your local SAFE Ireland service member to see how you can MAN UP together.
- Rolling out your own MAN UP campaign. Please fill out our Sign Up form and tick the check box to indicate that you would like to receive more information on getting involved. One of our team will contact you.
- You can also phone us directly on 0906 479078 and we can link you in with MAN UP activities in your area or organisation
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