Murder One Fest Complicit Event in Association with the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre

As part of the Murder One Festival, Complicit author, screenwriter and activist, Winnie M Li, will be in conversation with Remie Michelle Clarke, Dublin Rape Crisis champion and crisis counsellor. Winnie M Li will be discussing her own experiences of the film industry and #MeToo.

This event is being run in association with the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre and will take place on Sunday 8th October at 1pm.

Winnie M Li & Remie Michelle Clarke poster for Murder One FestSupport for anyone affected:

If you have been affected by issues raised here or have been subjected to sexual violence at any time, you can contact the 24-hour National Helpline 1800 778888 for free, confidential support. Dublin Rape Crisis Centre also offers crisis counselling via a free webchat support service at

DRCC has also created ‘Finding Your Way after Sexual Violence’, a trauma-informed online guide to options and supports after rape, sexual assault and other forms of sexual violence in Ireland, at

The Dublin Rape Crisis Logo

About DRCC:

DRCC is an independent charity that exists to prevent the harm and heal the trauma of sexual violence. It runs the 24-hour freephone National Helpline 1800 778888 and offers a range of services to those harmed by sexual violence, including counselling and therapy, and accompaniment in the legal system and during forensic medical treatment – more at DRCC also conducts research and campaigns to raise awareness of sexual violence and to engage with the public on the issue of consent, especially as part of its long-term national We~Consent project – visit for more information and resources.

About We Speak:

As part of the We-Consent project, DRCC has created a secure, anonymous online platform to empower survivors of sexual violence – and their supporters –  to safely tell their own stories, in their own time, in their own words. We hope that these stories of struggle, strength, and healing can foster a community of support, solidarity, understanding and hope. We believe that stories are powerful and can build awareness, cultivate empathy, and ultimately create change. Every story matters. More at


DRCC is a charity and must fundraise to maintain our vital work – our support for 1 in 5 survivors is thanks to donations from the public. Please visit to help us continue our work – thank you!

You will find the DRCC on social media at:

Insta: @dublinrapecrisis


X (Twitter): @DublinRCC

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