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Submission to the Department of Justice and Equality on the Operation of Part 4 of the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Act 2017

Posted on: 08 Sep, 2020
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The Abortion Rights Campaign welcome the review into the 2017 law on sex work. Rather than protect sex workers, the current law actively harms sex workers and puts them at…

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Press release: Abortion data shows progress made in abortion care but way to go to universal access

Posted on: 30 Jun, 2020
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“The release of Ireland’s first abortion figures demonstrates a reality we have long known to be true: Irish people get abortions. They always have, they always will. Now, for the…

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Press release: UK DOH abortion figures show hundreds still have to travel for care

Posted on: 11 Jun, 2020
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From: Alliance for Choice, the Abortion Rights Campaign & Abortion Support Network UK DOH abortion figures show that hundreds still have to leave the island for care 1,389 women gave…

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Forcing people to travel for abortion is a serious risk to public health, say activists

Posted on: 09 Jun, 2020
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In a joint statement the Abortion Rights Campaign (ARC), the London-Irish Abortion Rights Campaign and the Abortion Support Network (ASN) have called on the Irish Government to affirm the rights…

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There was a gang of us

Posted on: 31 May, 2020
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Caroline McGrotty I’m not sure when I ‘became’ pro-choice, I think I have always been this way. I don’t remember ever NOT being pro-choice. My first experience of protesting or…

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Where the wild rebels are

Posted on: 28 May, 2020
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Guen Murroni , writer, filmmaker and activist These are frames from filming on the run up to the referendum. I flew over from London as I wouldn’t miss it – I…

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I will carry this fire with me

Posted on: 28 May, 2020
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Siobhán Shiels On this #repealaversary I wish to remember the who, the why and the effect being part of the Inishowen Together Repeal campaign has had on my life.  Repeal…

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Repeal pants

Posted on: 27 May, 2020
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Jessie de Boe is a visual artist whose work explores themes of nudity and the body. I created these images to express my solidarity with Irish women and to show my…

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I’d call every door again

Posted on: 27 May, 2020
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Syd Delz, Convenor of Dundalk for Choice / Together for YesChair of still existing Dundalk for change.  Two years feel like a lifetime and sometimes just seconds away. I still…

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The struggle is far from over

Posted on: 26 May, 2020
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Fiona Dolan Two years on, I have not yet begun to process the life altering experience that was the referendum campaign. Moving back to Ireland the previous September after several…

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