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Why I’m Marching: There is still a culture in Ireland of trying to shame women

As we look forward to this year’s March for Choice on September 28th, we are sharing written blogs and videos from our supporters about what this march means to them….

Why I’m Marching: Last year I marched while pregnant, this year I’ll march with my daughter.

In anticipation of the March for Choice on September 28th, we are inviting our supporters to share what this year’s march means to them as part of our ‘Why I’m…

Why I’m Marching: The race is on for good legislation and access, and it’s far from run

With this year’s March For Choice less than a month away, we are delighted to share the first post in our Why I’m Marching blog series, from the wonderful Tara…

Luke Field

Why I’m Marching: We’ve come a long way, but we have further still to go

Luke is an academic and political activist based in Cork, and a member of Rebels4Choice, the Cork branch of the Abortion Rights Campaign. Here he shares his reasons for travelling…

Midwives for Choice

Why I’m Marching: The battle over abortion is far from won

Philomena Canning is a midwife and chairperson of Midwives for Choice. Midwives for Choice is an organisation which advocates for the rights of all during childbirth and for informed choice…