Organisers say they are delighted with the attendance at the Pro Life Campaign National Conference 2016 which took place in Dublin last Saturday. Well over 800 people turned out, the largest attendance ever for this annual event which has been running for over a decade.
Over 800 people packed out the Concert Hall in the RDS today for the Pro Life National Conference 2016. It was the largest attendance ever for this annual event which has been running for over a decade.
The Pro Life Campaign today published an actuarial report estimating how many lives have been saved by the 8th Amendment. Today is the anniversary of the 1983 Pro-Life Amendment that protects mothers and babies during pregnancy.
A major abortion provider in Britain, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS), has today launched a new helpline for women who have taken abortion pills after ordering them online from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland from groups such as Women Help Women or Women On Web.
Pro-life supporters in Ireland have taken to social media to respond to a mural supporting abortion which was painted on the front wall of the Project Arts Centre in Dublin.
A mural painted on an arts centre in Dublin, Ireland has been removed after it was found to be in contravention with the city’s plannings laws.
The latest attack on unborn children in Ireland comes today when politician Mick Wallace brings a Private Members’ Bill before the Irish Parliament which would allow for abortion in the case of babies who are diagnosed with life-limiting conditions.
The Pro Life Campaign in Ireland has said that the Irish Government’s decision to bring forward the setting up of a Citizens’ Assembly on abortion is “a knee-jerk reaction to the disgracefully one-sided report last week from the UN Human Rights Committee (UNHRC) which set the rights of the unborn child at zero and ignored the devastating after-effects of abortion for many women.”
Speakers from the US, England and all over Ireland will take part in a Pro Life Campaign event this Saturday, 4th June in Dublin, Ireland.