A “Celebrate The 8th” Leaflet and letter from The Pro-Life Campaign.
“Ireland’s pro life laws hang in the balance” #ge16 postcard from the Pro Life Campaign February 6, 2016
“Ireland’s pro life laws hang in the balance” a post card from the Pro Life Campaign for the 2016 General Election.
“Stand Against Media Bias” Leaflet from The Pro Life Campaign February 24, 2015
“Ask Your Local Hospital To Take A Stand Against The New Abortion Law” petition from The Prolife Campaign March 6, 2014
A petition being distributed to supporters of the Prolife Campaign with the title of “Ask Your Local Hospital To Take A Stand Against The New Abortion Law”.
Many thanks to the sender.
Letter from Caroline Simons to Prolife Campaign supporters about building a Grassroots network for the 2014 European and Local Elections September 23, 2013
A letter from Caroline Simons of the Prolife Campaign to Prolife Campaign supporters about building a Grassroots network for the 2014 European and Local Elections to make Abortion a political issue again and to have the current legislation changed.
From November 1982 an ad for a Pro Life Amendment Campaign Fashion Show in Tralee. The Fashion show was held six days after the November 1982 General Election and would have been part of The Pro life Amendment Campaigns efforts to have a Referendum on Abortion. The pressure from the campaign led to an Abortion Referendum less than a year later.
The Rosaleen O’Connell of Valentia island is mostlikely the wife of Kerry football legend Mick O’Connell, who was himself a former Councillor.
Many thanks to the sender
One of a series of postcards produced by The Pro Life campaign during the current campaign against ‘legislating for X’. This postcard is to be sent to Fine Gael Oireachtas members.
Leaflet from ‘Ireland For Life’ -Vote No -2002 Abortion Referendum December 20, 2010
Pro Life Campaign -Vote Yes -2002 Abortion Referendum July 18, 2010
From the 2002 Abortion ( Right to Life) Referendum a leaflet from the Pro Life Campaign. The Referendum proposal was defeated by the votes of those more pro choice than the Pro Life Campaign and the more extreme anti abortion campaigners.
Interesting to note that former Libertas candidate Caroline Simons was the Pro Life Campaigns ‘Legal Consultant‘.
Pro Life Campaign Leaflet -1992 Abortion Referendum January 25, 2010
The 1992 abortion referendum had 3 separate ballots.
The first regarded Abortion itself. Which was defeated through a mix of people who felt it went too far and others who felt it didn’t go far enough.
The Second was to do with the Right To Travel. It was passed.
The Third was to do with the Right to Information. It was also passed.
The Referendum arose in essence from issues surrounding the ‘X’ case.
1992 Abortion Referendum- Pro Life Campaign Flyer September 29, 2009
The 1992 abortion referendum had 3 separate ballots. The first regarded Abortion itself. The Second was to do with the Right To Travel and the Third was to do with the Right to Information.
The ‘X’ case led to the referendum. Its odd that they had the referendum date wrong on the leaflet.