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We are delighted Larne Rugby Club has become a #SafePlace sending out a clear message that domestic violence is intolerable. The Club has pledged to sign @womensaidabcln White Ribbon Charter and provide a safe place for victims of domestic violence to access information #ThankYou

'Older But No Safer' - Women's Aid ABCLN CEO Rosemary Magill highlights issues facing older women affected by domestic abuse "I'm here to disturb the comfortable and to comfort the disturbed" #OlderButNoSafer #ItsNeverTooLate

'Older But No Safer' COPNI Eddie Lynch all too often warning signs and indicators are overlooked heightening risks for older women living with domestic abuse #OlderButNoSafer #ItsNeverTooLate

'Older But No Safer' PSNI Simon Walls outlines clear actions that PSNI will take to protect older women affected by domestic abuse #OlderButNoSafer #ItsNeverTooLate

'Older But No Safer' Cecilia Whitehorn says "I am no-longer accepting the things I cannot change. I am changing the things I cannot accept. I cannot accept the abuse of older women through domestic and sexual violence." #OlderButNoSafer #ItsNeverTooLate

'Older But No Safer' Joan - The Voice of Older Women tells the poem 'The Loney Old Women' and says 'look closer and see me'. #OlderButNoSafer #ItsNeverTooLate

‘Older But No Safer - It's Never Too Late', that's Women's Aid ABCLN 's message for older women affected by domestic abuse today at our event in Mossley Mill marking #WorldElderAbuseAwarenessDay #OlderButNoSafer #ItsNeverTooLate

Delighted to be at this conference and be part of the older but no safer steering group #WorldElderAbuseAwarenessDay #OlderButNoSafer #ItsNeverTooLate #PlayYourPart

Delighted to have Larne Rugby Club playing their part @larnerfc @womensaidabcln
#safeplace #pathwaysforparticipation #playyourpart

The Methodist Church in Ireland has met with Women's Aid ABCLN and Onus Ltd to discuss the church's leadership role around our #SafeChurch initiative that empowers churches to recognise and respond to domestic violence within the church and wider community context

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