‘I think it’s important to showcase the different types of people who agree with you. Especially when – and I know this is true in Ireland, probably more so than in the US, but for both countries – the prolife perspective is seen as a religious issue, and it’s seen here, the prolife movement, as very white and conservative’
This is one example of what an intellectually honest defence of abortion looks like – and the problems it runs into.
An interview with Kelsey Hazzard, founder of Secular Pro-Lfe.
The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) have been asked to present at the Citizens’ Assembly. They are the only presenting group that claims to represent the interests of students in Irish third-level institutions, and will be advocating for repeal of the Eighth Amendment. It’s important to remember that many students in Ireland want to see Ireland continue to value […]