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IFPA welcomes recommendations of Joint Oireachtas Committee on the Eighth Amendment

PRESS RELEASE

Wednesday, 13th December 2017

The Irish Family Planning Association (IFPA) has welcomed the recommendations of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on the Eighth Amendment to reform Ireland’s abortion laws.

IFPA Christmas logo Christmas Opening Hours 2017

 

 

The IFPA clinics in Tallaght and Dublin City Centre will be closed on Christmas Day, Stephen's Day and New Year's Day.

 

Here are the complete opening hours for the Christmas season:

 

  Tallaght Clinic Sat 23rd December 10am-3pm Sun 24th December Closed Mon 25th December Closed Tues 26th December Closed Wed 27th December 10am-4pm Thurs 28th December 9:30am-5pm Fri 29th December 9:30am-4pm Sat 30th December 10am-3pm Sun 31st December Closed Mon 1st January  Closed Tues 2nd January Open as normal      Cathal Brugha Street Clinic Sat 23rd December 10am-2pm Sun 24th December Closed Mon 25th December Closed Tues 26th December Closed Wed 27th December 10am-4pm Thurs 28th December 10am-6pm Fri 29th December 10am-3pm Sat 30th December 10am-2pm Sun 31st December Closed Mon 1st January  Closed Tues 2nd January Open as normal   

 

The IFPA at the Oireachtas Committee on the Eighth Amendment

"We have an urgent need for safe and legal abortion care in this country."

IFPA Prebudget Submission on Overseas Development Assistance 2018

HPV vaccine presents unique opportunity to prevent cervical cancer

Press Release, Wednesday, 16th August 2017

Irish Family Planning Association supports HPV vaccine

IMT logo Reproductive Coercion: Why UN human rights experts find Ireland's abortion law unacceptable

The below letter to the Editor was published in the Irish Medical Times on 11th August 2017.

IFPA partners with Durex on educational initiative aiming to prevent unintended pregnancy

August 2017 sees the Irish Family Planning Assocation (IFPA) and Durex Ireland partner for an educational initiative aiming to prevent unintended or crisis pregnancy in

United Nations Torture Committee poses tough questions on Ireland’s abortion laws

Press Release, Thursday, 27th July 2017 

Human Rights expert committee “troubled” by Ireland’s failure to reform the abortion law

United Nations logo NGO Oral Statement to the United Nations Committee Against Torture

Wednesday, July 26th 2017

Honourable Committee members,

Palais Wilson Geneva Irish Family Planning Association reports to United Nations Torture Committee

Press release, Wednesday, 26th July 2017

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