Systemic change is needed in schools to end violence against women.
That's the view of a relative of Natalie McNally, who spoke at a rally today.
Natalie was murdered in her home the week before Christmas.
A 32 year-old man, who was arrested in connection with the case yesterday, remains in custody.
Governments Must Do More
Natalie's aunt Bernie spoke at a rally in Dublin today, calling for the government to do more:
"We need systemic change," Bernie said.
Adding to that, she called for education in schools and a change of culture.
"We need to move away from a patriarchal culture that says men are dominant and women are owned by men."