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category dublin | gender and sexuality | feature author Thursday July 10, 2008 19:41author by Andrew - WSM (personal capacity) Report this post to the editors

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The truth about the WRC

Yesterday Choice Ireland picketed the WRC on Dorset street - they intend to picket every Saturday (1pm) this month to highlight "the lies, bullying, and manipulation of the WRC.

Choice Ireland says "The WRC is located at number 50 on Upper Dorset Street. The sign above the door reads “WRC” but this rogue agency has many aliases. It was known as “Aadams” from 1995 until 1999 when that incarnation was shut down in the midst of an illegal adoption scandal. It reopened as the “Women's Counselling Network” and was more recently calling itself “Alpha” until a Newstalk exposé led it to change its name once more to the “WRC”. This agency is also known to misleadingly advertise in the yellow pages as “British Alternative Pregnancy Services” and “Choice for Women” in order to give the false impression that they will discuss all the options available to women in crisis pregnancy when they have no intention of doing so."



Leafletting passing cars
Leafletting passing cars


author by H.publication date Sun Jul 06, 2008 23:23author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Thanks for the pics!

author by krossie - wsm personal capacitypublication date Mon Jul 07, 2008 11:44author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Well done and thanks to all the hardy folk who also came down to support teh starbucks picket - your activist medals are in the post! :-)


author by Mr Manpublication date Tue Jul 08, 2008 20:21author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Well done. Keep it up.

author by Didueverpublication date Wed Jul 09, 2008 16:34author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Can they get away with it because they're a 'free' advice agency? A doctor who advised people to put rashers in their shoes to cure headaches would surely face disciplinary action.

author by lulupublication date Fri Jul 11, 2008 08:14author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Women living in countries where abortion is restricted - including Northern Ireland - are using the internet to buy medication enabling them to perform an abortion at home, it emerged.
A medical study found more than one in 10 customers on one of the most well-known websites needed a surgical procedure after taking the medication.
Women in more than 70 countries, including Northern Ireland, have used the internet site Women on Web to purchase the drugs for £55 a time. Anti-abortion campaigners have labelled the development "worrying".
Women on Web is available in five languages and offers the drugs mifepristone and misoprostol. It says a combination of the pills causes the non-surgical termination of a pregnancy and can be used up to the ninth week.
The website says it helps women "gain access to a safe abortion with pills in order to reduce the number of deaths due to unsafe abortions".
But the BBC reports a study published in the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology found that 11% of 400 customers went on to need a surgical procedure - either because the drugs had not completed the abortion or because of excessive bleeding.
The Family Planning Association in Northern Ireland told the BBC the website was "helpful and reputable", but stated that on two occasions women bought drugs without appropriate medical information and needed medical care after experiencing complications.
But the anti-abortion group Comment on Reproductive Ethics said it was taking abortion "into the shadows".
...Which is where it will be until we can get safe, medical termination on request.

author by FYIpublication date Wed Jul 16, 2008 14:27author address author phone Report this post to the editors

You aren't meant to leaflet cars, its dangerous.

author by Andrew - WSM (personal capacity)publication date Sun Jul 20, 2008 14:43author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Missed last weeks picket as i was at the Anarchist summer camp but here are some images from yesterday




author by Andrewpublication date Sun Jul 20, 2008 14:44author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The second image above should have been this one


author by Helen - Choice Irelandpublication date Sun Jul 20, 2008 18:20author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Choice Ireland will be ending our month of action against the rogue agency with a large demo outside the WRC next Saturday, 26th July from 1pm. The WRC is at 50 Upper Dorset Street. Please join us and show your solidarity with the campaign to shut down rogue crisis pregnancy counselling services.

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