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Academic (in)tolerance

A few weeks ago, a friend of our campaign saw an event on social media advertising an ‘Equality Debate’ about abortion as a workplace issue. From the information that...

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For and Against Choice

One of the central claims of the pro-choice movement is that the right to choose is a basic right which one has in virtue of what one is. The...

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What If? What Might Have Been?

Many people have at least a passing interest in what academics describe as alternate or counterfactual history. It’s like this; imagine what our world might be like if: the...

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My Body My Choice

One of the claims of the pro-choice movement is that the unborn baby is a part of the mother’s body and that in having ownership over her body the...

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Threats from Westminster

This week there were two attempts at Westminster to change the law on abortion in Northern Ireland. These came in the form of a ten minute rule bill from...

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