Selina Ní Shuitséar and Miriam Owens are doing a 16 hour Domestic Violence homeless sleep out on the 28th of November from 5pm to 9am at IT Tallaght to raise awarness of the hidden homeless, women and children who have to flee their homes coming to refuge and often ending up in homeless accommodation as part of 16 days of action in support of the Saoirse Refuge in Tallaght Dublin
Selina Switzer and Miriam Owens are doing a 16 hour Domestic Violence homeless sleep out on the 28th of November at IT Tallaght to raise awarness of the hidden homeless, women and children who have to flee their homes coming to refuge and often ending up in homeless accommodation to support the @Saoirserefuge in Dublin We have sponser cards and also can donate through The gofundme page on the Saoirse Refuge page
Our film Silence is Golden From birth to death A short film on domestic violence will be screened as a major part of the 16 days of action
So the event in Swouth Kerry will take place in Tech Amergin Arts & Adult Education Centre Waterville on Wednesday 5th December and will feature yourselves and the Kavanagh Sisters (authors of Click Click and Why Go Back)
The event is part of the 16 Days of Action Opposing Violence Against Women campaign and is being organised by ourselves, NCCWN South Kerry (Southwest Kerry Family Resource Centre, South Kerry Development Partnership, HSE Community Worker & Citizen’s Information.
On the Thursday morning 6th December, the event is called Keep the Conversation Going @The Manor West Hotel Tralee from 10am to 1pm free event and will include ourselves , Clíona Saidleir of Rape Crisis Network Ireland, Sharon O’Halloran of Safe Ireland, The Kavanagh Sisters and Stories Through the Chair (survivor stories)
The group working on this event includes NCCWN South Kerry, Kerry Rape Crisis Centre, Adapt, Tralee Women’s Resource Centre, NEWKD, and HSE.
On Thursday evening the 6th of December back up to Dublin where our film will be screened @The Shamrock Rovers Football stadium