Mary Crilly (CEO, Sexual Violence Centre Cork) spoke to Colette Sheridan about her work in the Centre in The Irish Times. In the article, Mary mentions the current campaign around stalking in Ireland.
Mary says: "Before then, there is a campaign on stalking to be done: “I think it is a big issue. There has never been a survey looking at the prevalence of stalking.”
The SVCC is working with University College Cork on a survey about the issue, which is the subject of legislation before the Seanad. “We need to show the authorities how prevalent stalking is,” she says. For Crilly, the campaign is never over.
To read the article in full, go to: https://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/irish-news/covid-prevents-women-seeking-help-says-head-of-cork-s-sexual-violence-centre-1.4771000