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Explainer: What actually happened at the Citizens’ Assembly?

  The Citizens’ Assembly had their final meeting on the 8th Amendment last weekend. It was a long and complicated process that in the end returned very strong recommendations. Are…

Disruption to Abortion Services in the UK Means Some Women from Ireland Must Travel to Other Countries

Women and pregnant people in Ireland are having difficulty obtaining appointments for treatment at UK clinics due to high demand. The Abortion Support Network, who help hundreds of women travel…

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What unites sex workers’ rights and abortion rights movements?

Reducing stigma & realising bodily autonomy By @CuteCatriona and Grace Wilentz The Abortion Rights Campaign (ARC) and the Sex Workers’ Alliance Ireland (SWAI) are part of a larger, integrated movement for…

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Travelling art exhibition highlights urgent need for reform of Ireland’s abortion laws

Travelling art exhibition highlights urgent need for reform of Ireland’s abortion laws At least 10 women and girls each day travel to the UK to access abortion services DONEGAL, January…

We want your voices to be heard at the Citizens Assembly

The voices and real, lived experiences of people who have directly experienced Ireland’s abortion laws must be at the centre of the Citizens Assembly process as they deliberate the 8th…