Dublin City University Media History Collection Event, presented by Dr. Mark O’Brien, Chair of the DCU Media History Collection, Advisory Board. Guest speaker is Peter Feeney, Press Ombudsman (Ireland), whose presentation begins here.
by LoveBoth Project
27 October marks 50 years since the Abortion Act 1967 became law in England and Wales, effectively legalising abortion. Political leaders claimed that they were not introducing abortion on demand. But in the first five years of the Act, abortions rose from 23,641 in 1968 to 156,741 in 1972 – a staggering 563% increase. Last year alone, there were 185,596 abortions there.
And this is what the repeal advocates want to bring to Ireland!
Each year, 1 in 5 pregnancies in England and Wales ends in abortion; this is more than 300% higher than the Irish rate. The 8th Amendment has saved more than 100,000 Irish lives. The referendum is possibly just months away. Now is the time for Ireland to stand together to protect our babies and mothers. Stand with us to save the 8th Amendment.
Help spread the word while there is still time.
DEBRA: Classic Car & Family Fun Day Debra Ireland fund raising event held in Templeogue College, Dublin (Sept. 2015). A lovely mix of events, competitions and of course classic cars. The video is in two parts: the first gives an overview and the second part is…
Walk in the Park: Autumn Views
Time out for calmness in a busy world.
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Location: Bushy Park, Templeogue, Dublin, Ireland.
Open House: Irish Lights HQ
In early October each year an unusual event takes place in and around the island of Ireland. Over a period of just a few days both public buildings and private dwellings of some architectural significance, which are not normally open to the public are made available for public inspection.
This year (2013) in Dublin alone, 100 such buildings were open for viewing. These ranged from Aras an Uachtaráin – the residence of the president of Ireland, to the Google Docks building, to an obscure Dublin artisans’ dwelling, built originally in c1909, but re-imagined for modern living. The range covers residential, cultural, educational, community, public and commercial buildings. Read More
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