Pádraig Haran & Madeline Mc Aleer Light On The Horizon


A Community Response to Relationship Abuse.

Code 9781739669409

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This book tells the story of how small acts of compassion ignited an enduring community response to relationship abuse. Drawing from the archives and the recollections of those involved in this remarkable project, Light on The Horizon charts the evolution of the charities, Clare Haven Services and Haven Horizons. Recording the social changes over thirty years and challenging the silence and tolerance around relationship abuse, this collection celebrates a community's positive impact on the lives of women and children.

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"Light on The Horizon is a must-read book telling the gripping story of a group of women motivated to change lives, educating us on how to tackle domestic abuse based on cutting-edge research and in the process dismantling the myths that surround domestic abuse." Sarah Harte, writer and solicitor.

"Haven Horizons had the vision to bring together academics and practitioners in the field of gender-based abuse to influence real societal change". Professor Vincent Cunnane, President of TUS.

" Inspirational and the embodiment of the volunteering spirit, responding to a need in the community, making a real difference in people's lives". Nina Arwita, CEO Volunteer Ireland.


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