What does the research and data tell us about male victims of rape in an Irish context?
|dc.contributor.author||Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI)|
|dc.description||The focus of this paper will be on sexual violence against males, including sexual violence perpetrated against males in childhood, adulthood and in both childhood and adulthood as data allows. Ireland has a population of approximately 4.2 million.(1) Rape and sexual abuse is very commonly covered in Irish media and has been for at least the last 10 years. In Ireland we have four sufficiently reliable sets of data that we can consider and which give us information about sexual violence against adult men: 1. The SAVI Report (2), a National Prevalence Survey, 2002 2. The Annual SATU Forensic Examination Report (3), 2009 3. RAJI (4), a National Study of the Irish Legal System, 2009 4. RCNI Annual National Rape Crisis Statistics 2009 (5)||en_GB|
|dc.publisher||Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI)||en_GB|
|dc.title||What does the research and data tell us about male victims of rape in an Irish context?||en_GB|