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Clinton's Savita briefing

Presidential hopeful advised against mentioning Savita controversy during 2012 visit to Ireland Hillary Clinton was advised not to discuss the death of dentist Savita Halappanavar before her visit to Ireland in 2012, according to her ... Irelands Dental Mag, 2 months ago

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Vindicating women's rights does not lead to chaos

: Today foetuses matter only until birth; children's lives afterwards count for less Ireland's maternity services and the eighth amendment to the Constitution, article 40.3.3, provide plenty of copy for opinion columnists. There seems to be no end ...
 Irish Times5 days ago

The countries where even rape victims can't access abortions

Cruel, inhuman and degrading. Those were the words used by a UN panel last week to refer to Ireland's abortion laws, which it says subject women to suffering and discrimination . Described as groundbreaking , the ruling called on Ireland to change ...
 World Economic Forum1 week ago U.N. rules Ireland's denial of abortions in cases of fatal fetal abnormalities inhuman (IrishCentral)  Irish Central1 week ago Ireland's Abortion Ban is Cruel, Discriminatory to Women: UN  Outlook India2 weeks ago U.N. experts call abortion ban "cruel" to women  BNet2 weeks ago
Irish Times

Enda Kenny to bring memo to Cabinet on abortion assembly

Ruth Coppinger says abortion assembly a charade and accuses Kenny of not listening Taoiseach Enda Kenny will bring a memo to Cabinet next week setting up a citizens assembly on abortion. He told the Dáil he had briefed his Ministers on this at the ...
 Irish Times1 week ago
Irish Examiner

Journalism Awards return after 3-year break

After a three-year break, the country's Journalism Awards will return this November. NewsBrands chairman Vincent Crowley said quality of journalism is on a high. The last awards in November 2013, saw reporting of the Savita Halappanavar case ...
 Irish Examiner2 weeks ago Press awards to return for first time in three years  Irish Times2 weeks ago
Huffington Post

Lawsuits Target Catholic Hospitals For Refusing To Provide Emergency Miscarriage Management

WASHINGTON -- Eight years ago, Dr. Lori Freedman began a study of how the medical practices of obstetrician-gynecologists are affected by abortion training they received during their residencies -- and she stumbled on an unexpected finding. ...
 Huffington Post2 weeks ago

We asked every TD if they want to repeal the Eighth Amendment - here's what they said

THE EIGHTH AMENDMENT is arguably the most talked about section of Bunreacht na hÉireann. Article 40.3.3 of the Irish Constitution came into effect after a referendum on 7 September 1983, where it was voted in by a 67% majority. The amendment ...
 TheJournal.ie2 weeks ago

Speaking up for a woman's right to choose

With responsibility for abortion law being transferred to the Scottish Parliament, now is no time to be complacent on women's rights, says ANN HENDERSON THE 50th anniversary of the passing of the 1967 Abortion Act is approaching. Full ...
 Morning Star Online2 weeks ago The rights of the foetus  Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday1 month ago

A mystery of our time: How do you get a TD to answer a question?

THERE ARE MANY unanswerable questions of our time. How long is a piece of string? A classic. How do you solve a problem like Maria? Who knows. How many roads must a man walk down before you can call him a man? How many roads must a man walk down, ...
 TheJournal.ie2 weeks ago

New to the Parish: Ireland is like a chicken in a battery farm

A Bolivian activist in Dublin feels a connection with Ireland because of the history of colonisation, but he feels many mistakes were made as the economy boomed Victor Flores always imagined Ireland to be a big country. I thought of it as a huge ...
 Irish Times1 month ago
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