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Raymond Byrne Vol_5_Issue_1_Article_3 This paper explores some key issues with regard to sexual offences and capacity to consent. The paper critically considers law reform relating to capacity, engaging with important matters such as protection and empowerment, the contents of the … Continue reading
Caroline Counihan and Elaine Mears Vol_5_Issue_1_Article_6 This paper outlines some key perspectives from Rape Crisis Network of Ireland regarding sexual violence against people with disabilities. Framed by a contextual overview of the organisation’s ethos, the important issues of data collection … Continue reading