A ‘Stop Killing Women’ mural was unveiled on Chancery Street, Dublin City today to remember the women who've lost their lives to femicide.
Gardaí in Cork have renewed an appeal for information connected to the murder of Bruna Fonseca, who was killed in her home on New Year's Day.
They ask that any people who were on Liberty Street, either on foot or in a car, between the hours of 4.30am and 6.30am on January 1st make contact with them.
A man has been charged in connection with the death of the 28-year-old.
Miller Pacheco, 29, who was living at Room 3, 5 Liberty Street, appeared before a special sitting of Cork District Court this week where he was charged with her murder.
The fresh appeal comes as the GoFundMe set up by Ms Fonseca's cousin stands at €54,262.
Her family is raising money to bring her body back to her native Brazil.
A vigil was also held by the Brazilian community today at the Lough in Cork City.
Ruth Coppinger from ROSA, the socialist feminist movement, says violence against women is a "global pandemic".
"This is the ultimate tragic outcome of gender-based violence, where women are actually killed and sometimes their children are killed", she said.
"I think it's very important that we keep the pressure on the establishment, the Dáil, to take action in terms of real resources."
11 women have been killed in Ireland since the murder of Aisling Murphy in Tullamore last January.
Anyone with any information about the murder of Ms Fonseca is asked to contact Bridewell Garda Station, Cork City, on (021) 4943330, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111, or any Garda station.
Main image shows a woman standing in front of the new 'Stop killing women' mural in Dublin. Picture by: ROSA