A woman, whose sons were murdered by their father, says victims should not feel ashamed to talk about what's happened to them.
Kathleen Chada's children Eoghan and Ruairi were found dead in Westport in 2014, after being strangled to death by their father Sanjeev Chada.
She will be speaking at the Safe World Summit next month which highlights domestic violence and gender inequality.
The summit takes place at the Mansion House on 22 and 23rd October.
Kathleen Chada has campaigned for tougher sentences for perpetrators, and a tougher parole process.
She also says engaging with people has helped her deal with her grief and she would like more victim advocates to speak out: