Observers of the abortion debate in Ireland have been watching a video which is showing how those who are calling for removal of Ireland’s pro-life laws don’t know very much about what the introduction of abortion to Ireland would mean.
Once again, the Irish people are being pressured by an external body to abandon legal protections for the unborn child.
Exciting developments in Denmark could mean that soon fathers get a chance to experience their unborn child’s life within the womb in a way never before envisaged.
This week, the Irish Government will appear before the UN Committee for the Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women. The hearing takes place in Geneva and while it focuses on many areas of life affecting women such as equal pay, the issue of abortion is also on the table for discussion.
The Pro Life Campaign has expressed concern over a lack of balance in the line-up of speakers at the Citizens Assembly’s deliberations on the Eighth Amendment.
In yet another stunt designed to trivialise the abortion debate in Ireland and endanger the lives of women facing unplanned pregnancy, pro-choice activists have announced their plans to travel round the country again, handing out abortion pills.
Irish Abortion Activists Will Strike if Government Doesn’t Allow Vote on Overturning Pro-Life 8th Amendment
A group of pro-choice activists in Ireland are trying to pressurize the Irish Government into holding a referendum on the right to life of unborn babies by calling people onto the streets for a strike on March 8th.
The LoveBoth Project, an initiative of the Pro Life Campaign in Ireland, had its official launch in Dublin’s city centre today, with regional launches in Cork and Galway.
A new song and accompanying video has been launched in Ireland with the aim of drawing attention to women who are suffering from regret and sadness after abortion.