It follows the sentencing of Daniel Murtagh to life, for the murder of Nadine Lott.
Ireland still has a long way to go when it comes to dealing with domestic incidents of violence or abuse.
That's according to Women's Aid, after Daniel Murtagh was handed a life sentence for the murder of Nadine Lott.
She died in hospital after her ex-boyfriend subjected her to a savage beating in her apartment in Co Wicklow in 2019.
It happened three years after they broke up.
Sarah Benson, CEO of Women's Aid, says attitudes to domestic abuse must change
"Life without Nadine is cruel, empty, to have to carry on without her every minute of every day is a struggle. The never-ending pain, tangible emptiness, constant flashbacks are now part of an existence for us — Nadine’s adoring family." https://t.co/ZvEEPIEjm9 via @IrishTimes— Women's Aid Ireland (@Womens_Aid) October 4, 2021