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"Incompatible with life" - how often have we heard that phrase? It's used to describe babies who've been given diagnoses that say they will lie soon after they're born and very often parents in that circumstance are given only option, travel for an abortion. Watch the story of Eliot Mooney as told by his father.
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Read Cora Sherlock's blog post on the Pro Life Campaign's recent National Conference
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Two excellent contributions in the Irish Times on Tuesday in response to a letter earlier in the week calling for abortion legislation based on the flawed 1992 X case ruling
Sir, – I read with interest the letter by a group of academics (August 13th) calling on the Government to legislate for the X case. In their contribution, one encounters a distortion of language (“lif...
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In the Irish Examiner, Fianna Fáil Leader Micheál Martin has re-affirmed his party's pre-election pro-life stance.
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Kathleen Lynch said on RTÉ's This Week programme yesterday that she does not think the Government 'has a choice' but to legislate for abortion. The Irish Examiner carried a short piece about our reaction.
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'A large group of Fine Gael TDs and Senators laid down a strong marker last night that they will oppose any proposal to Government that will result in abortion laws being liberalised.'
Read more in today's Irish Times
A LARGE group of Fine Gael TDs and Senators laid down a strong marker last night that they will oppose any proposal to Government that will result in abortion laws being liberalised.
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Please take a minute to watch and share our new video, "Abortion steals our future."
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Our Deputy Chairperson Cora Sherlock has an excellent article in today's Irish Examiner challenging Minister for Health James Reilly over the government's working group on abortion. Read it and share
The introduction of abortion has far-reaching effects. Everyone should be free to voice an opinion, says Cora Sherlock
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We’re closer to abortion in Ireland than ever before! Please take a moment to send a fresh and updated email message to your local politicians. It only takes a minute. And when you have done it, please share this message.
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The Minister For Health has appointed a leading abortion campaigner as new Chief Executive of the HSE. Read more here
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The Irish Times also covered the story about Minister of State at the Department of Health Kathleen Lynch's comments on abortion legislation yesterday and An Tánaiste's comments playing down a risk of a rift in the Government over abortion
TÁNAISTE EAMON Gilmore has played down a potentially serious Coalition rift on abortion when an expert group on the issue reports in September.
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RTÉ's PrimeTime programme dealt with the abortion issue last week. Go to minute 12 for a ten minute report which included a studio discussion with Senator Rónán Mullen
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Human rights organisation which promotes pro-life education and defends human life from conception until natural death.
Introduction
The Pro Life Campaign is a non-denominational human rights organisation, drawing its support from a cross-section of Irish society. The Campaign promotes pro-life education and defends human life at all stages, from conception to natural death. It also campaigns for resources to support and assist pregnant women and those in need of healing after abortion.

The Pro Life Campaign was established in 1992.  The founding members were key members of the Pro Life Amendment Campaign which organised and campaigned successfully for the Eighth Amendment of the Constitution (Article 40.3.3) in 1983. The Amendment protects the right to life of the unborn child and ensures that women receive all necessary medical treatments when pregnant. It is regarded internationally as one of the key pro-life victories of the past 40 years.

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104 Lower Baggot Street Dublin 2 Ireland