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Kerry Women's Centre In The Media

The Centre's Getting Plenty Of Attention!

We are very grateful to have a great range of local media such as The Kerryman newspaper, the Kerry's Eye newspaper, the Tralee Today website & the Tralee & Killarney Outlook magazines as well as Radio Kerry. 

Scroll down for links to recent coverage.
If you represent or work for any publication or media outlet and would like to help us get the word out and continue to spread our message, feel free to get in contact with us and we would be only too happy to engage with you!

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Marian Relihan on Radio Kerry

Marian Relihan of the Kerry Women’s Centre,took part in an interview with Deirdre Walsh of Radio Kerry, to talk about social media companies age limits. Marian’s been involved in organising conferences to warn of the dangers of children being able to easily access pornography through their smartphone previously.

 Listen to the podcast on Radio Kerry.

Conference on eliminating violence against women to be held in Tralee


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Let's Get Talking

The Phoenix Women's Centre in Tralee recently met with representatives of the Let's Get Talking counselling and psychotherapy service with the aim of extending the service for people who need counselling, but may not be able to do so privately as this is often too expensive.

Representatives from the mental health, non-for-profit, Let's Get Talking, say they are delighted to begin plans to collaborate on providing mental health support to the Kerry community.

Communications and fundraising manager with Let's Get Talking, Amy Kelly, explained that both organisations are committed to providing counselling services and are collaborating to ensure access to affordable therapy is widely available.

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Interested In Joining Us?

The Kerry Women's Centre is a non profit organisation and as such receives no core funding. We rely heavily on our membership base to cover the running costs of the centre. Membership is based on what you can afford and is great value for small money as well as helping to keep this worthwhile service going for women in Kerry,
Further info on membership can be found
here. If you just want to jump ahead and become a member for a maximum of only €10 a year you can go ahead and click below to submit your membership directly.

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If you do not wish to become a member of the centre but would still like to help via a one off or regular donation you can give directly via the button below. We thank you for your interest in supporting and empowering our women, your donation will be of immense support to us.

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