Breaking the Silence: Dealing with Domestic Violence
10:00 - 11:00 Panel 4: Breaking the Silence: Dealing with Domestic Violence.
(Hall 3) – EN 🎧 ES, IT
Moderator: Norah Casey, Irish businesswoman, magazine mogul, television personality and broadcaster from Dublin, Ireland.
• Ignacio Socias, Director General of The International Institute for Family Research, Spain
• Dr Mary Goss, ACCORD, Ireland
• Dr Carol Baumann, COPE Galway Domestic Violence Refuge & Outreach Service, Galway, Ireland
• Dr Monica McWilliams, Academic and Former Politician, Ireland (North)
“The verbal, physical, and sexual violence that women endure in some marriages contradicts the very nature of the conjugal union” (AL, 54). “Good pastoral training is important especially in light of particular emergency situations arising from cases of domestic violence and sexual abuse” (AL, 204). This panel discusses the important of speaking out about domestic violence as well as the need for the Church to provide appropriate pastoral support for people who have been subjected to violence in family life.
Norah Casey, Irish businesswoman, magazine mogul, television personality and broadcaster from Dublin, Ireland.
Is craoltóir agus fiontraí foilseoireachta í Norah Casey, a bhí tráth mar Dhragan sa sraith teilifíse móréilimh sin Dragon’s Den agus is pearsa mór le rá teilifíse agus radio í. Foilsiodh an 2ú eagran dá leabhar Spark! ag Penguin i 2017 agus d’fhéach na mílte duine ar a cuid cainteanna TEDx – The Cure for Grief and The Courage to leave. Tá ardán digiteach foghlamtha, Planet Woman, aici agus í ag iarraidh mná a chumasú trí leabhair oibre, físeáin, podchraoltaí agus beochanaí. Is féidir féachaint ar cuid mhaith dá cuid oibre ar a cainéal féin You Tube Channel agus ag norahcasey.com. Tá a vodcast 10 Steps to Startup Success in úsáid go forleathan le cuidiú le hábhar fiontraithe lena gcuid gnó féin a chur ar bun.
Ignacio Socias, Director General of The International Institute for Family Research, Spain
Ignacio Socias is Director of International Relations for the International Federation for Family Development and permanent representative at the United Nations ECOSOC. He is also Director of International Relations of The Family Watch, a think tank committed to researching the family and finding solutions to the problems it faces. As part of his work for international bodies on family issues, he has taken part in many meetings within the UN system. He has also organized various expert group meetings around the world and has been a speaker in nearly one hundred conferences in 32 countries. He has promoted and organized the Global Project ‘SDGs and Families’ and the Global Project on ‘Inclusive Cities for Sustainable Families’, and has also represented IFFD in the FamiliesAndSocieties 7FP European Commission Project (2013-2017), the biggest European research project on families.
Dr Mary Goss, ACCORD, Ireland
Dr Carol Baumann, COPE Galway Domestic Violence Refuge & Outreach Service, Galway, Ireland
Dr Carol Baumann is Manager of Cope Galway’s Domestic Violence Service, which has operated a Domestic Violence Service since 1981, serving women and children in Galway city and county who live in abusive situations. Carol joined Cope in 2018, having had a long career in social inclusion, and bringing this experience to the domestic violence sector. She is privileged to lead a team of dedicated professionals, who have decades of experience in growing, developing and delivering a front-line service to women in need. This experience has included innovative work with children and young people, support to mothers in very challenging circumstances, and working with authorities in Galway city and county to achieve best outcomes for their clients. Cope Galway DV service also engages in academic work with in the third level education sector and actively pursues research and development in domestic violence and women’s issues.
Dr Monica McWilliams, Academic and Former Politician, Ireland (North)