Campaigns alone won’t stop violence against women – we need men to be held accountable


A woman holds a candle at a vigil in memory of Ashling Murphy outside Leinster House. Photo: Mark Condren

Joy-Tendai Kangere

Barely a month after the UN campaign to eliminate violence specifically against women and girls, and less than a year after the stabbing to death of Urantsetseg Tserendorj on her way home from work, Ashling Murphy, was another victim of male violence while out jogging, living her life.