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Abortion reform now a political imperative Abortion reform now a political imperative

Sunday, 23rd April 2017

- Citizens’ Assembly gives Oireachtas clear mandate for change -

IFPA logo Citizens' Assembly votes to reform constitutional ban on abortion

Saturday, 22nd April 2017

International expert speaks to Parliamentarians about reforming Ireland’s abortion laws

On 7th March 2017 Professor Emeritus Sir Sabaratnam Arulkumaran gave a presentation to parliamentarians and NGOs on how Ireland can develop women-centred healthcare practice.

IFPA Presents to Citizens’ Assembly on How the Eighth Amendment Fails Women

On Sunday 5th March 2017, IFPA Medical Director Dr Caitriona Henchion gave a presentation to the fourth meeting of the Citizens’ Assembly on behalf of the IFPA.

Students talk about safer sex and consent

During SHAG 2017, we talked to students about safer sex and consent at college campuses.

IFPA Submission to the Citizens' Assembly

It's our firm view that the Eighth Amendment violates the human rights of women and girls. To rectify this, the Eighth Amendment must be repealed.

Vacancy: Communications and Development Officer

The IFPA Communications Officer is responsible for the planning, development and delivery of IFPA internal and external communications.

The IFPA is recruiting an Advocacy and Communications Intern

We are currently looking for volunteer interns to assist the work of the IFPA’s advocacy and communications team.

The IFPA is currently recruiting for a Director of Counselling

The IFPA is currently recruiting for a Director of Counselling.

Denial of abortion services continues to violate the rights of women in Ireland

Today the Irish Family Planning Association (IFPA) joins a delegation of Irish NGOs to deliver a joint statement to the UN Committee on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) in Geneva.


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