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Abortion Rights Campaign Ireland

The Abortion Rights Campaign is an alliance of pro-choice groups and individuals in Ireland and Northern Ireland who believe that women’s lives matter, and women’s health matters.


The Abortion Rights Campaign… because women’s lives matter

Like other personal healthcare decisions, choosing whether to continue with a pregnancy is a decision that should be made between a woman and her doctor.

We believe this. So do the majority of people in Ireland.

However, in Ireland and Northern Ireland, there are many barriers to women’s full reproductive rights.

If we work together, we can dismantle these barriers so that women and their families can make their own decisions, for themselves.

The Aims of the Abortion Rights Campaign

To educate the public and policy makers about the need to give immediate effect to the X & C judgments: i.e. Legislation in which abortion can be performed to save the life of the woman, including where there is a risk of suicide.

To promote broad national support for a referendum to repeal the 8th Amendment to the Constitution by Dáil Éireann; to push for the introduction of extensive abortion legislation by the Northern Ireland Assembly; and to ensure the health of women in pregnancy is protected in line with international human rights standards

To educate the public and policy makers about the need for access to free, safe and legal abortion options in Ireland for all who need it, regardless of citizenship or financial capacity, in line with provision of other basic healthcare options

To mobilise support nationally from a diverse range of groups, organisations, trades unions, communities and individuals for the right to choose in pregnancy.

To promote the provision of relevant up-to-date information to support evidence-based policy-making and to challenge anti-choice rhetoric that threatens reproductive freedom.

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