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Here's what a woman from Ireland went through to get an abortion

Remember Savita Halappanavar--the Indian-origin woman from Ireland, who was 17 weeks pregnant when she developed back pain and tests revealed that she would lose her baby? Despite the medical complication, Savita was refused an abortion at an Irish ... Yahoo! India, 1 month ago

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New standards of care launched for 'significant level of pregnancy and perinatal death'

New standards for the care of parents bereaved by pregnancy loss or perinatal death were shaped by Savita Halappanavar's passing, it was revealed today. Health Minister Simon Harris said that the HSE National Standards for Bereavement Care ...
 Irish Mirror1 month ago Savita Halappanavar "at the core" of new care standards for bereaved parents  TheJournal.ie1 month ago New care standards for bereaved parents Covering pregnancy loss and perinatal death  Irish Health.com1 month ago A welcome for new standards for bereavement care after pregnancy loss  Irish Times1 month ago

It's Almost Impossible To Get An Abortion In Ireland — But That Could Change Soon

Thousands of people are expected to gather in cities around the world on Saturday to protest in favor of abortion rights for Irish women. The protesters are expected not only in Dublin but in cities including New York, Toronto, London, Paris, ...
 VICE News1 day ago Irish and Polish people march for abortion  EUobserver1 day ago 35 years of abortion demos: from Plac and Spuc to Repeal the 8th  Irish Times1 day ago Irish woman live-tweets abortion trip to UK  Deutsche Welle1 month ago

How a pro-choice movement in Ireland is changing the way women campaign for their reproductive rights

When Fia Kavanagh was 17, about to graduate from a Catholic girls school in a suburb of Dublin, Ireland, she discovered that she was pregnant. Her college entrance exams were two weeks away, and she had just broken up with her boyfriend of several ...
 Quartz2 weeks ago
Irish Examiner

VICTORIA WHITE: Cultural benefits of globalisation must be harnessed for greater good

The presenceof multinationalcompanies inour cities isabout onething only: jobs, writes Victoria White NUI Galway students and graduates show their support for the Galway 2020 bid to be European Capital of Culture. LOBALISATION may not be as ...
 Irish Examiner2 weeks ago

Mercury-Pollution Induction of Intracellular Lipid Accumulation and Lysosomal Compartment Amplification in the Benthic Foraminifer Ammonia parkinsoniana

Abstract Heavy metals such as mercury (Hg) pose a significant health hazard through bioaccumulation and biomagnification. By penetrating cell membranes, heavy metal ions may lead to pathological conditions. Here we examined the responses of ...
 Plosone.org2 weeks ago

Poet Doireann Ní Ghríofa awarded €10,000 Rooney Prize for Irish Literature 2016

Ireland's leading writers gather to celebrate 40 years of the Rooney Prize 14 minutes ago Martin Doyle Doireann Ní Ghríofa with her award-winning poetry collection, Clasp, in Trinity College Dublin today. Photograph: Maura Hickey Doireann ...
 Irish Times2 weeks ago
Irish Central

The Rose of Tralee festival needs a dose of reality

For most Irish people it is the climax of the summer holiday festivals. The Rose of Tralee annual event attracts record TV viewing figures and packs the town of Tralee in County Kerry with revelers from morning until night. The contest itself is ...
 Irish Central2 weeks ago

What is the Eighth Amendment and should we repeal it?

For some, the Eighth Amendment protects and serves the unborn, for others it is a restriction which pits the rights of a woman against the right to life of the unborn. But what precisely does the Amendment say? 'The State acknowledges the ...
 JOE.ie1 month ago
Irish Times

NewsBrands Ireland Journalism Awards attract 1,200 entries

Revived awards are biggest showcase of Irish journalism ever held, say organisers Entries for the 2016 NewsBrands Ireland Journalism Awards have risen by 50 per cent since they were last held in 2013. A total of 1,200 entries were submitted for ...
 Irish Times1 month ago
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