A march is taking place in Dublin this afternoon in support of people who have reported rapes and to seek change in the courts system.
It follows a number of rallies across the country on Thursday.
Thousands are expected to attend today's march, which will begin at the City Hall on Dame Street.
It's being organised by Solidarity TD Ruth Coppinger, with over 13 hundred people on a Facebook event for the rally saying they'll attend.
In a tweet, the Dublin West deputy says it's time to 'educate society about consent, end misogyny, sexism and objectification of women and to fund rape crisis centres'.
It gets underway at 2 o clock this afternoon, and will make its way to the Department of Justice on St Stephens Green.