Throw Us A Lifeline


This afternoon.

Kildare Street, Dublin 2

Supporters of Lifeline Inishowen the, domestic violence service in Inishowen, County Donegal which been under threat of closure for nine years, gather outside the Dáil where they handed in a petition to Minister for Children Katherine Zappone  to provide adequate funding and save the service.

Lifeline Inishowen travel to Dail in battle for survival (Highland Radio)

Leah Farrell/RollingNews

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9 thoughts on “Throw Us A Lifeline

  1. Shane Duffy

    Shocking that they have to do this, but what’s more shocking is that men in Donegal who are victims of domestic abuse have to hide in the shadows due to shame.

      1. Al Bin Man

        What’s more shocking is the lawless state of Donegal
        Nice people but overrun with drunken clowns in their souped up killing machines playing pinball with each other’s lives. You can’t blame this one on blushirts dav

        1. dav

          yes, cars are to blame for the suffering of the real victims – Donegal men..

          the flupping state of whataboutery, sigh..

  2. Daisy Chainsaw

    As another woman lies dead at the hands of her partner, funding gets taken from people trying to prevent it.

    Welcome to Ireland.

  3. Clampers Outside!

    This is a shame. There needs to be a consolidation of all the individual small and larger DV service providers for women to optimise the money in the pot, lower admin costs, and make best use of the funding.

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