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Human Rights, Women's Rights

by Jamison Maeda, 12068572_1205963929419538_2926153841962050896_o

On Saturday, 26 September, thousands of spirited men and women again passionately took to the streets of Dublin for the fourth time with a clear message:  Repeal the 8th Amendment.
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National, Protests, Women's Rights

march 4 choiceJoin the March for Choice this Saturday 1.30pm at the Garden of Remembrance.

Features, Health, Human Rights, Women's Rights

“Not having a position is effectively opposing change” say campaigners.

TFMR Ireland Press release, 04 July 2015

TFMR Ireland today (Tuesday 09th June 2015) call upon all groups and political parties interested in either repealing or retaining the 8th amendment to the Constitution to engage in honest and open debate about Fatal Foetal Abnormalities, and the impact that these conditions and the lack of a full range of medical options have on mothers and fathers.

“We fully understand that some parents when given the news that their much wanted baby will not be capable of surviving outside the womb will choose to continue with their pregnancy, and as parents who have been in this position we fully respect that choice and we fully sympathise with these families and their losses” says Gerry Edwards, a spokesperson for TFMR Ireland.
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Coroners Bill 2015


Dáil Issues, Health, Human Rights, Women's Rights

The Coroners Bill 2015 will provide for automatic inquest into every maternal death in the state.