Women's Aid believes that in order to stop domestic violence against women and children, people's attitudes must be changed. Abuse against women and children must become unacceptable at every level of Irish society.
We believe campaigning has a vital role to play in raising public awareness of the reality of violence against women. Women's Aid uses campaigning as a means of raising awareness about the prevalence of violence against women, to challenge the myths and stereotypes about violence against women, and to keep the issue on the political, social and cultural agenda, with the ultimate aim of bringing about change.
We work to raise awareness of the complexity and devastating consequences of domestic violence through a variety of means from media activity, provision of information, and collation of statistics.