The fight for reproductive rights in Northern Ireland has undoubtedly been eclipsed by the sectarian strife of The Troubles. But since the Good Friday Agreement of 1998, political parties are increasingly being held accountable for their policy positions beyond ‘green’ and ‘orange’ issues.

Abortion and Spreadsheet Activism

The fight for reproductive rights in Northern Ireland has undoubtedly been eclipsed by the sectarian strife of The Troubles. But since the Good Friday Agreement of 1998, political parties are increasingly being held accountable for their policy positions beyond ‘green’ and ‘orange’ issues.

The fight for reproductive rights in Northern Ireland has undoubtedly been eclipsed by the sectarian strife of The Troubles. But since the Good Friday Agreement of 1998, political parties are increasingly being held accountable for their policy positions beyond ‘green’ and ‘orange’ issues. Reproductive justice activists Maeve O’Brien and Rachel Watters will deliver a talk and workshop on their efforts to hold candidates in the 2016 Assembly Election to account regarding their position on abortion – the first comprehensive research of its kind in Northern Ireland.


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