Wexford Rape Crisis Annual Report 2019
Wexford Rape Crisis- Audited Accounts 2019
Wexford Rape Crisis Annual Report 2018
Wexford Rape Crisis – Audited Accounts 2018
Wexford Rape Crisis Strategic Plan 2017-2020
Wexford Rape Crisis Centre Annual Report 2017
Wexford Rape Crisis Audited Accounts 2017
Wexford Rape Crisis – Audited Accounts 2016
Wexford Rape Crisis – Annual Report 2016
Wexford Rape Crisis – Audited Accounts 2015
Wexford Rape Crisis – Annual Report 2015
Wexford Rape Crisis – Audited Accounts 2014
Wexford Rape Crisis – Annual Report 2014
Research Study News:
Our research report on ‘Young Wexford People talking about Sex’ was launched in Wexford town on 12th October 2015.
Did you know…
The legal age of consent in Ireland is 17 – whether you’re a girl, guy, gay, or straight.
The burden of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) is greatest among young people under the age of 25.
The most frequently reported STIs in Ireland are chlamydia – comprising over half of all reported cases – followed by anogenital warts, gonorrhoea, and herpes.
Reported STI cases in Ireland rose from 3,361 in 1995 to 12,719 in 2012 – roughly a 300% increase.
You can’t tell by looking at someone if they have an STI.
In 2012, the Irish Family Planning Association held a Safer Sex Youth Competition – check out the three winning videos/posters HERE.
The largest study of young people’s sexual behaviour and attitudes, Understanding Teenage Sexuality in Ireland* (also known as the Hyde Report), was done in 2004 and features interviews and information from 226 students across the country.
For more information on all this and more, check out the Irish Family Planning Association website: Sexual Health 101.
We’ve been featured in the following articles and interviews:
Wexford People, “Major teen sexual behaviour study in county”, 6 January
South East Radio, interview with Clare Williams, 13 January
If you are a member of the press and would like to talk to someone about the study, please contact Clare Williams, Manager of the Wexford Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Service, on 1800 330033.