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Irish protesters demand abortion rights in Spain

The Spanish government have really shaken up a stir with their plans to restrict abortion rights in Spain. It is causing protests in Madrid, amid international calls to respect women’s abortion rights. An Irish pro choice group is adding their weight by protesting outside a Spanish embassy in Dublin. The pro choice group want to […]

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Abortion lessons in Ireland

A recent news article on Abortion lessons in Ireland gave much criticism in approach to this topic at national school level. Children tend to soak up material without much investigation. They are prone to misplaced understanding, which makes abortion lessons all the more difficult. An external education agency giving a one sided view in school, […]

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Abortion risks – how vulnerable are you?

Abortion advice.ie has today (Tuesday) learned that a pregnant woman in America has suffered a miscarriage through her boyfriend. 27 year old Remee Jo Lee was expecting a baby and had chosen to go ahead with her pregnancy. Her now former boyfriend John Welden however, did not share her dream. He used his position in […]

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French abortion law faces adjustments

At present the French government are creating waves, as there are moves to liberalize stringent abortion laws in France. The nation is divided on the issue, as the abortion changes are being packaged into a gender equality bill. It seems like a straight forward enough case… give women equality & parity of esteem. Nobody can […]

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Irish abortion cost too high?

It is not easy to assess the cost structure for an abortion in Ireland at present. But if the Irish Government’s plans to roll out pregnancy termination is fully realized, we can expect a higher than average medical fee. This will be particularly true if suicidal ideation comes into play. A woman in Ireland might […]

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Abortion logjam in Ireland

This will be one serious teething issue as the government continues to try make abortion in Ireland a reality. The latest abortion logjam involves real concerns by the Irish College of Psychiatrists. A near prohibition like order on engaging with review panels has been made to its members. These panels were established with the purpose […]

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Argentine abortion law reforms

Abortion in Argentina is fairly restrictive, with only one of two criteria’s enabling a pregnancy termination there. The criteria being either a serious risk to a woman’s physical health, or rape. This makes Argentine abortion law almost as restrictive as Ireland’s heretofore pregnancy termination ban. A similar crisis has lead to a supreme court ruling […]

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Abortion law reform in Spain

While termination laws are set to be implemented in Ireland as of the beginning of the New Year 2014, Spain is implementing abortion law reform. This is part of the changing landscape on abortion worldwide, and the tactics are being refined with each battle. Spain’s Justice Minister Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón, has put forward a bill named the […]

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Danielle’s tragic story calls for an Irish pregnancy termination re-think

A religious affairs programme on the Irish media network RTE presented Ireland’s Danielle on her own pregnancy termination. The weekly TV series gave Danielle her chance to give a frank testimony on her life as a teenager in Dublin many years ago. Danielle was a nonconformist teenage girl, and she attended a concert with her […]

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Enda Kenny rules out fatal foetal abnormality inclusion

Enda Kenny has signaled no change to fatal foetal abnormality restrictions on grounds for an abortion. This was communicated to Irish politicians demanding revisions to the Protection of Life During Pregnancy bill. It comes as no real surprise with the local elections looming in 2014. Enda Kenny has asserted that abortion on demand is not a model […]

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