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Blog: Please vote in the referendum, because I cannot

In this guest blog, Lorelei Fox-Roberts talks about how, despite living here for 26 years, she is ineligible to vote in next year’s referendum on the Eighth Amendment, and how important…

Why I march: How can we say we value motherhood when so many see it as a punishment?

How can we say we value motherhood when so many see it as a punishment? What would happen if we, as a nation, really appreciated the Irish mammy? Women of…

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Fatal Foetal Abnormality

A search of the Wiley Online Library (a database of academic resources available online) for the term “fatal foetal abnormality” produces 2649 results. Searching for the American spelling “fatal fetal…

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More and more voices join the call to repeal the eight

On October 7th, the 32nd anniversary of the 8th Amendment to the Irish Constitution, the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU), the largest civil society body in Ireland, called for…

Why I’m Marching – I can’t vote, and I can’t travel by Emily Waszak

In this series of blogposts, pro-choice people tell us why they are marching in order to encourage those who may be thinking about coming to their first March on September…