For the last 3 years Footprints Women’s Centre and human rights organisation, Participation and the Practice of Rights have been working with women from the Colin neighbourhood who came together to tackle their concerns around the way in which the PSNI currently approach non-molestation orders.
The group has now formed as ‘Footprints Women’s Movement’ and, has gathered evidence on the impact of domestic violence in their community and, more specifically the effectiveness of Non-Molestation Orders as a response to domestic violence.
This evidence has been developed into a report which will be launched on Friday 15th May 2015 at Footprints Women's Centre, 84a Colinmill, Poleglass, BT17 0AR 11am – 1pm. Light Refreshment will be provided.
As an individual/organisation with an interest in this very important issue we are inviting you to attend the launch in order to support a growing movement by women who are challenging current PSNI practice with the purpose of making real change for others experiencing domestic violence.
Key Note Speakers
Brendan McGuigan, Chief Inspector of Criminal Justice
Susan McKay, Journalist
Sinead McCarry, 028 90923444