Alliance for Choice have noted that neither the Supreme Court nor CEDAW are satisfied that these arrangements in any way relieve Westminster from their duty to act as noted in the summary of the CEDAW report in February this year.
YES! The ringing, resounding, confirming, affirming, positive joy of a yes. “Yes” to a new beginning in Ireland’s relationship with its women and pregnant people. “Yes” to compassion and care and change. “Yes” to the truth of every abortion story and its individual worth. “Yes” to never letting one more woman die because you will no longer say, “This is a Catholic Country”.
At 5:30pm on the 8th March 2018,..
At 5:30pm on the 8th March 2018 at Belfast City Hall, Alliance for Choice have a solidarity rally with the Votes for Repeal march in Dublin. On International Women’s Day 2018 there is a march in Dublin from the Garden of Remembrance to the Dáil in what we hope will be the last march before we repeal the Eighth Amendment from the Irish Constitution. We are rallying in solidarity with the march along with events in Derry, Cork, Galway, and more.
The draconian abortion laws in Northern Ireland are a disgrace, and every Saturday I take to the streets to convince people we need to change them...
"The lack of a working Assembly in Northern Ireland means that we are likely to be entering a period of direct rule from Westminster which could present an ideal opportunity to lobby for abortion law reform in Northern Ireland, for at least that equal to the rest of the UK. Now that abortion in NI is firmly on the radar of the opposition parties, we will be working hard to ensure they take action on it. The Labour Party Conference attendance proved to be a fortuitous move. We had 100% support from delegates and many of the higher profile attendees made a particular effort to visit our stall.