A walk around the block, an evening with friends, a coffee in a cafe, can make a big difference.

Is the relationship I’ve got the relationship I want? Some couples might be asking themselves that question as we continue our slow emergence from a l(...)

A screen grab from one of the ads from the ‘No Excuses’ campaign

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan has said Ireland suffers from “disturbingly high levels” of sexual harassment and violence and there is behaviou(...)

The What Would You Do? advertising campaign includes billboards, prime time television adverts and a website which gives information on how people can safely intervene when they witness domestic violence

A prominent campaign which focuses on the role of bystanders in preventing domestic violence has been criticised by the National Women’s Council of I(...)

Pat Rabbitte appealed to the Government to fund the refuge which had provided “safe harbour” since 2012 for 64 women and 84 children.

The State funding cut for Catholic marriage support organisation Accord is due to a lack of money and has nothing to do with the same-sex marriage re(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny said “those who inflict domestic violence on women bring shame to the nation”. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Domestic violence is a cause of shame for Ireland, Taoiseach Enda Kenny told the Dáil.He said “violence against women is a terrible blight on societ(...)