Take 70 seconds to watch how abortion could change Ireland.
An insightful video dealing with one of the most complex and controversial questions of our existence.
One 8th June 2013, tens of thousands of people gathered in Dublin to express their opposition to the unjust and dangerous abortion legislation being debated in Government.
After discovering she was pregnant at 16, Darby knew she had three options: abortion, become a teen mother or put her baby up for adoption.
Four Irish women whose babies were given a poor prognosis during pregnancy share the impact these children had on their lives.
The issue of abortion goes beyond the buzz words of “choice” and “reproductive freedom”. There are much deeper questions and stories that defy the pro-abortion myths. Ryan’s story is just one of them.
Melissa’s mother had an abortion when she was almost eight months pregnant. Melissa is alive today because a nurse and medical support staff saved her life after the failed saline abortion procedure.
Eliot was born with an undeveloped lung, a heart with a hole in it and DNA that placed faulty information into each and every cell of his body. His time on earth, though short, proclaimed the value of every life.
These brave Irish women share a side to the abortion story that is rarely told.
As our national broadcaster, RTÉ has an obligation to provide balance when covering right to life issues like abortion. Their coverage of the 2013 legislation debate shows how this obligation was repeatedly flouted.
On 11th March, thousands of people gathered to call out the media over its bias on abortion. The evening event outside Dáil Éireann was the first of its kind in Ireland.
In India, China and many other parts of the world today girls are killed, aborted and abandoned simply because they are girls. The ‘it’s a girl’ movie investigates this tragedy.