same-sex marriage and abortion are now legal in northern ireland
It's a good day for equality.
gucci gets political in rome
The label’s Cruise extravaganza was both an ode to the eternal city and an urgent pro-choice protest.
meet the young activists fighting for reproductive justice
i-D talks to young people across America as states threaten access to abortions.
the UN says northern ireland’s abortion laws violate the human rights of women
A United Nations Committee found that the current restrictive abortion laws in Northern Ireland breach the UK’s international human rights obligations.
the women who fought to repeal the eighth
On the 25th of May, two in three voters secured fundamental reproductive rights for women in the Republic of Ireland. Photographer Ellius Grace captured some of the women making history.
anja rubik speaks out about human rights in poland
“Before, we were just pretty faces on the covers of magazines. Now we can say what we think, what we like, what we’re passionate about.”
after 50 years of fighting, northern ireland’s abortion rights movement finally has its day in court
And at the awards.
watch: fighting against ireland’s abortion laws
Thousands marched in Strike 4 Repeal protests on International Women’s Day, demanding abortion rights in Ireland. Watch the film i-D made at the protest, and read an interview with community organiser Avril Corroon.
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sia and leslie jones to headline abortion rights concert
A series of events organised by the American All Access Coalition are intended to raise awareness and support for abortion rights.
it’s 2016 and a woman was sentenced for having an abortion in the uk
A 150-years-old law forces Northern Irish women to travel overseas or seek out dangerous illegal abortions. If they’re reported, the can face a lifetime in prison.
protesters now banned from harassing women outside victorian abortion clinics
The legislation passed with overwhelming support in the upper house.
#shoutyourabortion is rejecting the shame and speaking out
The hashtag has become a point of support, celebration, debate, and abuse as women from all over the world explain why they have no regrets over their termination, and won’t be made to feel ashamed.