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Fiona Bloomer 16h
In today's and I on abortion law reform, counteracting misinformation on decriminalisation (online version not live yet)
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Northern Ireland Humanists Aug 13
All major political parties have come out in favour of repealing Northern Ireland’s blasphemy laws – except for the DUP. Blasphemy laws are an unconscionable violation of our rights to freedom of thought, belief, and expression - we must repeal!
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Northern Ireland Humanists Aug 15
The DUP is the only major political party in Northern Ireland that opposes repealing blasphemy laws. Sadly, the DUP has demonstrated a deep misunderstanding of blasphemy laws and the wider consequences of maintaining them.
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Patrick Corrigan Aug 18
We are working hard to ensure that same-sex couples will be able to marry in Northern Ireland by the end of the year, and January at the latest. Equality is coming.
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Northern Ireland Humanists Aug 13
The leader said: ‘I support the repeal of Northern Ireland’s blasphemy laws. As a liberal, I believe in the right to both freedom of speech and freedom of religion and belief, and believe blasphemy laws are contrary to both.'
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Mrs. Harrington 💙 Call (202) 224-3121 Aug 11
Northern Irish doctors’ group to fight abortion pill prosecutions
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Writers Frock 🇪🇺 Aug 11
It's not just that you cannot access terminations in Northern Ireland, you're in danger of being prosecuted if you try.
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Megan Walpole Aug 14
It’s crazy how women in the north don’t have the rights that women on either side of their border are now getting ???
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Northern Ireland Humanists Aug 15
We can't allow our archaic blasphemy laws to be used to justify horrific human rights abuses abroad. This is about sending a positive message to the world. Northern Ireland stands for freedom of speech, and for freedom of expression!
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Fírinne (Truth) Aug 18
Perhaps those that voted Yes to will acknowledge the reality of abortion. Abortion is 'legal' up to the 12th week of pregnancy and later here in Ireland.
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eef Aug 11
Hi & , this article says the recent vote for abortion access in Northern Ireland was for an extension of the 1967 act, this is incorrect, the vote was a repeal of OAPA sections 58&59. The implications are very different
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Siobhán THE NORTH IS NEXT McSweeney Aug 12
Read statement on patient/dr confidentiality when accessing still illegal abortion pills. This organisation is doing amazing work. Bring on October 22.
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Abortion Rights IE Aug 13
The Abortion Rights Campaign has always been an all-island campaign for abortion. We are heading to Belfast on the 7th September to join with our comrades in NI in the demand for abortion care. We are putting on subsidised buses
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Amy Molloy Aug 17
Thank U so much Simon 💙sadly still waiting 2b made legal&fully implemented in NI today
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Siobhán THE NORTH IS NEXT McSweeney Aug 17
Go to to buy your t shirt and you too can looks as galánta as us two
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(((Tim Morton))) Aug 14
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Fírinne (Truth) Aug 17
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Sharon Mags Aug 13
The present state of affairs in NI so sad and so distressing for all the women concerned.
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Abortion Rights IE Aug 10
A4C Derry has all the best artwork.
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Alliance For Choice Aug 11
We know that a change in law is not enough. We need access, and we need to end abortion stigma. A4C are working for cultural change, as well as legislative reform.
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