On May 25th, 2018, Ireland repealed the 8th Amendment with a progressive landslide victory, with 66.4% of the electorate voting for the legislation of safe medical abortions. 64.5% of the electorate voted, which was one of the
“We must stop shipping our shame across the Irish Sea,” USI president Michael Kerrigan exclaimed as he addressed over a thousand students gathered at the front square of TCD to campaign to repeal the Eighth
More students voted in UCD’s abortion referendum last year than in this year’s UCD Student Union presidential election. Pro-life campaigner and activist Katie Ascough was elected president of UCD’s Students’ Union which voted to maintain
The subject of the Eighth Amendment has been one which has gained mass amount of attention over the last year especially. It has been discussed and then discussed again as everyone passionately exclaims their postulations,
Following the release of The Repeal Project’s video ‘We Face This Land’ expressing strong views regarding the possible repeal of the 8th amendment, Andrew Ralph expresses his views on the controversial matter of abortion in Ireland and the limited services available to the women of our country.
Students of UCD have voted for their university to adopt a pro-choice stance on abortion, but concern has been raised over the lack of publicity the campaign received on campus, as Emily Bodkin reports.
DCU’s Class Rep Council (CRC) will this evening discuss a referendum to decide the Students’ Union’s stance on the X-Case, which will take place in semester 2. Council voted to hold a referendum in semester
Independent TD Clare Daly has described the fact that the Irish constitution legislates what a woman does with her body as “scandalous”. Speaking in DCU last Wednesday, Daly outlined why she supports legislation to introduce