One year since Repeal: Eight ways to channel your activism


Over the past 12 months, women in Ireland have experienced momentous change. We stood up against sexual assault during a highly publicised rape trial; and exactly one year ago this week, we voted to repeal the eighth amendment to the Irish constitution.

For years, Irish women fought tirelessly for their right to body autonomy. Our voices were strong, our determination stronger and we all refused to be silenced. We rallied together and channelled our energy for positive change.

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