7 Oct 2017

Una Mullally - Ireland's abortion referendum

From Saturday Morning, 8:10 am on 7 October 2017

In the aftermath of the Irish government's announcement that it will hold a referendum on abortion, up to 50,000 marchers took to the streets of Dublin, calling for free, safe and legal abortions in the republic. Presently, abortions are banned in almost all circumstances and the constitution's eighth amendment gives a foetus the status of a citizen. Una Mullally is a journalist and a broadcaster living in Dublin. She writes for for The Irish Times and is the author of In the Name of Love: The Movement for Marriage Equality in Ireland. She co-founded The Women's Podcast for The Irish Times. Mullally is also a poet.