ABORTIONS PERFORMED IN THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND IN 2022 By law, the annual report on abortions should be available on 30th June. Despite phone calls to the Department of Health and a fruitless appeal to FOI , we did not receive this report until mid-August. As usual the Report is devoid of useful information covered by English abortion reports – the

Together for Yes

Together for Yes launch their national campaign to repeal the 8th Amendment The national civil society campaign held their launch in the Rotunda on Thursday (Picture courtesy of the Union of Students in Ireland) A national civil society campaign to remove the 8th Amendment from the Constitution has been launched today, Thursday 22 March. The Together for Yes campaign is

Some of the best sources of up-to-date info on life issues: – The coalition of Americans for Research Ethics – Answers to questions about Adult vs. Embryonic Stem Cells – and much more – Information for research on euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide – The Visible Embryo is a visual guide through foetal development from fertilisation until birth – An objective report describing the day-to-day development of the

What is wrong with the conduct of many Irish referenda

May 2018 Just after the Repeal of the 8th Amendment in May 2018, Mr Liam Weekes wrote a very informative article in The Sunday Independent, Mr. Weekes is in the Politics Department in UCC. Some intereating facts revealed are: 1, For voter registration, Ireland is rated as the 156th worst in the world coming between Uganda and Tanzania, in some

Irish babies born after abortion are left to die, new report finds

DUBLIN, Ireland, November 20, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – A paper released in September, based on the personal accounts of doctors carrying out abortions in Ireland, has revealed that some babies born alive after abortions are deprived of medical care and left to die. The study, published in the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, was built on the responses of 10 doctors

The Abortion Act

To view or download the bill: Health (Regulation of Termination of Pregnancy) Bill 2018, please click this link or visit the library webpage.  What our Government is planning To have abortion on demand up to 12 weeks. To have it virtually on demand from 12 week to birth for various reasons. All abortions to be paid for by Irish tax-payer. No rights of conscientious objection to doctors,

SLP Miscellany Comments

SLP Miscellaneous Comments The overall result of the 2016 General Election was the total rejection of an arrogant Government that had legalised abortion in certain circumstances, permitted the mutilation of our Constitution and law’s and had vowed to do further damage if returned to power. Undoubtedly Labour was the main offender but a weak-kneed FG leadership not only went along

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