Prepare to discover some of the world’s most disruptive, change agents – the SAFE Ireland Summit 2016 is just around the corner.
On the 14 and 15 November, the SAFE Ireland community will come to life at Dublin’s Mansion House, as we gather our favourite thinkers, creators and doers who have so much to contribute to the vision of a safe country.
Expect more than 20 fascinating speakers, experience the installations of art, video and music in our SAFE Ireland Spaces, and enjoy exceptional networking with more than 200 like-minded individuals.
The SAFE Ireland Summit 2016 has created a space within which speakers and attendees can share our expertise and our stories, to learn from each other and to deconstruct and understand the prevalence of gender based violence in our country as it is around the world. We will innovate to shape Ireland into the safest country in the world for women and children.
SAFE Ireland works with frontline domestic violence services across Ireland to provide state of the art and sustainable responses to women and children experiencing domestic violence in our communities.
SAFE Ireland identifies and understands what drives and contributes to domestic violence and violence against women in Ireland.
The SAFEIrelandSummit2016 choreographers are:
SAFE Ireland’s CEO
Programmes & Communications Manager
SAFE Ireland’s Operations Manager
Consultant Litigation Lawyer and Advocate
The Summit Choreography team also includes: Lynn Rosenthal, First White Advisor on Violence Against Women; Cris Sullivan, Professor of Ecological/Community Psychology and Director of the Research Consortium on Gender-based Violence at Michigan State University (MSU);