Tag Archives: Ireland

Update: Ireland’s abortion laws may be liberalized

TweetEarlier this month in Ireland Savita Halappanavarafter died after she was denied a medically necessary abortion. In the following days, allies in Ireland and across the world protested the Republic’s archaic and convoluted anti-abortion laws. Now, according to the Irish Independent, Ireland might be headed for long-needed policy change: The Government has been told in [...]
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A woman dies in Ireland after being denied medically necessary abortion

TweetTrigger Warning Conservatives love to wing-it when it comes to the science of the female body and what is and isn’t medically viable. Perhaps those that advocate for no access to abortion, under any circumstances whatsoever, believe women have some kind of magical ability to “shut the whole thing down” when they are faced with [...]
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Northern Ireland’s first abortion clinic to open next week

TweetAnd everyone is thrilled! Just kidding, there’s been a huge outcry in the heavily Catholic country. The clinic will be run by Marie Stopes International, and will offer a range of other reproductive health services (which is a bummer, because “abortion mill” is so much easier to say than “abortion and other reproductive health services [...]
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The Feministing Five: Jack Stephens

TweetJack Stephens is quite literally a jack of all trades. He organizes with the anti-imperialist, national democratic organization Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (New Patriotic Alliance, or, BAYAN) and has been organizing with them for the past six years. He serves on the executive committee for San Francisco Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines (SFCHRP) and [...]
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