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.
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.