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09/02/2018

Campaign Launches To Help Domestic Abuse Victims

A new sport-based campaign has launched to urge victims of domestic abuse to report it.

Ulster GAA, Ulster Rugby and the Irish Football Association have come together with the Department of Justice to promote the 'Don't Tackle It Alone' campaign during their matches.

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Sinn Féin Culture Arts and Sports spokesperson, Sinead Ennis, said: "Sporting bodies and high-profile sporting fixtures have the ability to reach out to a wide and diverse audience, raising a great deal of awareness and encouraging victims of domestic violence to speak out and seek help.

"The messages will be featured in a number of high-profile games over the coming weeks and I hope this will help bring this important message to as wide an audience as possible so that victims know there is help out there."

(CD/LM)

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"A new sport-based campaign has launched to urge victims of domestic abuse to report it."