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The Nineties


Tenancy of 1 “Move-on” House

Tenancy of 1 “move-on” house.

“The Foam Sprite”

November 1993 – A book of poetry written by survivors of domestic violence in Northern Ireland was published by The Northern Ireland Women’s Aid Federation. This was to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the Women’s Aid Movement in Northern Ireland.

Regional Re-structuring of Women’s Aid

1994 – Regional re-structuring of Women’s Aid.

Handover of Property at Ardmore Road for Waterside Refuge

June 1994 – This property would be used as refuge style accommodation until 2011, where it was closed for refurbishment of the building itself and the outbuildings in the grounds.

Read the Belfast Telegraph News Article from June 1994 


4 New “Move-on” Flats & Thrift Shop Opened in Waterside

October 1994 – 4 new “move-on” flats and thrift shop opened in the Waterside area of Derry

Read the Derry Journal Article from October 1994


Aftercare Project Set Up

Aftercare project set up and funding filtering through for development of services.


Launch of Tackling Domestic Violence Policy

1995 – Launch of Tackling Domestic Violence Policy for Northern Ireland – A Policy for Northern Ireland.
This was published by the Dept. for Health & Social Services along with the Northern Ireland Office


Probation Board Programmes With Perpetrators Established

Probation Board programmes with perpetrators established.


Waterside Funding Secured

Secured adequate funding to commence refurbishment of Waterside property, with a view to opening the refuge in early 1998.


‘Don’t Stand for It’

Launch of interagency forum’s directory, ‘Don’t Stand for It’, on tackling domestic violence.