Free Next Wednesday?



A graphic showing the known number of women who travelled from each Irish county to the UK for an abortion in 2014

On Wednesday, April 27.

Outside the Four Courts in Dublin, at 1pm.

There will be a Not A Criminal solidarity rally.

Abortion Rights Campaign writes:

On April 27, a woman in Northern ireland is up in court, charged with procuring abortion pills for her teenage daughter. This is the second woman in a month who will be prosecuted under the archaic Offences Against the Person Act of 1861.

The pills she bought, Mifepristone and Misoprostol, are on the World Health Organisation’s list of essential drugs; these drugs are not poison. These are the same drugs used for medical abortions in the rest of the UK.

We stand in solidarity with the women in Northern ireland and ask people to attend a rally to show support.

Not A Criminal Solidarity Rally (Facebook)

Pic: Repeal Eight

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15 thoughts on “Free Next Wednesday?

  1. han solo's carbonite dream

    does it mean they are right though…..?

    your pro-choice attitudes are upsetting broadsheet..

        1. MoyestWithExcitement

          Yeah being told to keep your nose out of something is definitely the same as living in North Korea.

    1. realPolithicks

      You get to choose what you want to do, you don’t get to decide what other people can do.

      1. Won't somebody please think of the children

        Eh no. You get to screw over the rights of the most vulnerable.

    1. postmanpat

      low in Roscommon too, Must be the high rate of homosexual activity. (on the down-low of course)

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