Support victims of domestic violence who cannot access state support

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SAFE Ireland calls for intervention to support victims of domestic violence who cannot access state support because they don’t satisfy the Habitual Residency Condition
Sep 25, 2010Comments Offby safeireland
My husband broke my cheekbone once. Another time he tried to strangle me
Domestic violence against women and children in immigrant communities is a growing problem. Now there are calls for a change in Government policy to give victims of violence more rights and better access to the emergency facilities they need, writes JAMIE SMYTH, Social Affairs Correspondent.

http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/weekend/2010/0925/1224279646614.html

 

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