CRiTiCALL was developed by the Dublin City Volunteer Centre, in collaboration with other organizations, in response to reports of increasing incidents of domestic violence during the COVID-19 restrictions. It originated from ‘Operation Faoisimh/#Still here,’ spearheaded by the Irish police force. The initiative is underpinned by the principle of prioritising domestic violence survivors and individuals vulnerable to domestic abuse.
The Family Carer Support project aims to provide much-needed assistance to families caring for older individuals. This initiative benefited from the funding provided by the Rethink Ireland’s Innovate Together Fund, which was established in response to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In Ireland, fathers’ changing roles due to Covid-19 were highlighted at a webinar hosted by the Childhood development.
A nation-wide campaign to reassure victims of domestic violence that support services are “Still Here”
In Ireland, the Still Here campaign brought together the Department of Justice, NGOs, and private actors to inform victims of domestic violence of the support available during the Covid crisis.
The Irish NGO Pavee Point Traveller and Roma Centre has led an inspiring initiative to counter the unequal access to justice of Roma and Traveller women experiencing gender-based violence during…