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  • Title: Safe and Legal in Ireland Abortion Rights Campaign
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. News.. Abortion.. Abortion in Context.. Abortion in Irish Law.. Irish Journeys.. Campaign.. The Campaign Explained.. Take Action.. Campaign Resources.. YouTube Resources.. The Campaign on Blogspot.. Voices for Choice.. The Safe and Legal (in Ireland) Abortion Rights Campaign.. The Safe and Legal (in Ireland) Abortion Rights Campaign is of unique significance, as it represents the first major initiative aimed at moving forward on abortion in this country.. Anti-choice groups seeking further regressive and unworkable responses to abortion have always led previous campaigns on abortion.. Since the first Constitutional referendum on abortion in 1983, Ireland has changed: more women living in Ireland access abortion services and more women feel angry and frustrated that they have to travel to Britain and other countries to secure these services.. The only thing that has not changed is the lack of courage and leadership demonstrated by successive Governments in dealing with abortion in a realistic and rational way.. Read more.. NEWS: Human Rights Court to Rule on Irish Abortion Law.. The European Court of Human Rights will issue a judgment in the case of ABC v Ireland this week.. The case was taken by three women living in Ireland who were forced to travel to the UK to access safe abortion services.. Judgement in the case will be delivered by the President of the Court on Thursday December 16 2010 at 10am (GMT) at an oral hearing in Strasbourg.. The three applicants, who all became pregnant unintentionally, told the court that the impossibility of obtaining an abortion in Ireland made the procedure unnecessarily expensive, complicated and traumatic.. In particular, they argued that Ireland s restrictive abortion laws stigmatised and humiliated them and risked damaging their health and, in the third  ...   news that the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights will issue a judgment on the restrictions on abortion in Ireland during a public hearing next week.. Speaking in advance of this much-anticipated ruling, the ICCL s Director Mr Mark Kelly said:.. Whatever the Court decides, the Grand Chamber s decision to hold a public hearing is a clear signal that Strasbourg recognises the gravity of the interests at stake.. For far too long, the restrictions on abortion in Ireland have amounted to a form of institutionalised hypocrisy, requiring vulnerable women to leave the State to avail of a procedure which should be safely and legally available here.. Take Action.. The Safe and Legal (in Ireland) Abortion Rights Campaign welcomes supporters to become involved and take action to support the campaign.. BPAS: Welcomes Upcoming Human Rights Ruling.. British Abortion charity BPAS welcomes the announcement that a judgement will be issued next week by the European Court of Human Rights on the challenge to Ireland's abortion ban.. On Thursday, December 16, the court will rule on whether the human rights of three women living in Ireland were violated after they were forced to travel to the UK to access safe abortion services.. The women, who argued that Ireland's restrictive abortion laws jeopardised their health and wellbeing and violated their rights under the European Convention on Human Rights, are being supported by the Irish Family Planning Association (IFPA) and bpas.. We're Socially Networked!.. Why not check out our Twitter feeds?.. http://www.. irishtimes.. com/newspaper/ireland/2011/0527/1224297853699.. html.. - -.. View.. Sunday Times: Majority favour liberalising Irish abortion laws.. http://fb.. me/Mpe8m7VS.. me/PZPHXRTw.. me/KX1pn8W9.. me/Q7zoYZpf.. Safe and Legal (in Ireland) Abortion Rights Campaign.. PO.. Box 10740, Dublin 1, Ireland.. EMAIL US..

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  • Title: NEWS: Irish abortion law in the dock
    Descriptive info: NEWS: Irish abortion law in the dock.. John Lichfield, The Independent (UK).. IRELAND.. 'S ALMOST complete ban on abortion was challenged before 17 European judges yesterday as a violation of fundamental human rights.. Three women, named only as A, B and C, brought a landmark case before the European Human Rights court in Strasbourg, the outcome of which could force Ireland to weaken its strict laws against abortion for the first time in 17 years.. The three plaintiffs - two Irish women and a Lithuanian - say that their own rights to health and life were threatened by pregnancies which they could not terminate legally in.. the only EU state other than.. Malta.. , with a near outright ban on the procedure.. Like an estimated 7,000 Irish women a year, the three women travelled to the.. UK.. to obtain legal abortions in.. Britain.. The case is, in theory, not a frontal assault on a ban which has been enshrined in Irish law for more than a hundred years and reinforced in the Irish constitution since 1983.. It is an attempt to clarify and widen the exception, approved in 1992, which permits a pregnancy to be terminated when a woman's life is threatened.. Nonetheless, the Irish government fears, and pro-abortion campaigners hope, that a court ruling in the women's favour could lead to a de facto unravelling of Irish abortion law.. Ireland's Attorney General, Paul Gallagher, pleaded with 17 judges sitting in the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg to accept that Ireland's abortion laws sprang from profound moral values which are deeply embedded in the country's history and traditions.. The.. Irish.. Republic.. 's position on abortion was not something imposed on the nation but had been democratically endorsed in three referendums and enshrined in protocols attached to the European Union's.. Maastricht.. and.. Lisbon.. treaties.. Mr Gallagher said the European Court of Human Rights - an agency of the 47 nation Council of Europe, not the European Union - had always accepted that human rights law should respect the diverse sensibilities of its member states.. Article 2 of the Human Rights convention - the right to life - recognised that the unborn child should be protected.. The challenge brought by A, B and C - sponsored by the Irish Family Planning Association - was, in reality, he said, an attempt to impose on Ireland the kind of liberal abortion laws  ...   Convention on Human Rights.. The Irish government argues there is no medical evidence to substantiate the claims.. But.. Dublin.. is obliged to take account of whatever verdict the court reaches in several months time.. The last Irish case to be heard in the same court's Grand Chamber, in 1988, forced the repeal of the Republic's criminalisation of homosexuality.. Other restrictive abortion regimes:.. Approximately one-quarter of the world's population lives in countries where abortion is either banned outright or very tightly restricted.. In.. Chile.. ,.. Nicaragua.. El Salvador.. , where the Catholic Church still holds huge sway, obtaining or performing an abortion is a criminal offence and can result in a prison sentence.. Elsewhere across huge swathes of South America, Africa, the Middle East and.. South-East Asia.. , abortion is banned except when the woman has suffered rape or the pregnancy endangers her health or life.. In most of western Europe abortion rights are well established:.. 's ban on abortion except when the woman's life is in danger makes it an exception.. Plans to relax strict rules on abortion in.. Spain.. recently brought one million protesters on to the streets of.. Madrid.. Whereas in the.. US.. , the pro-life movement is campaignIng hard to tighten the rules.. State defends ban on abortion as women take case to Europe.. Irish Independent - 7 December 2009.. Dearbhail McDonald Legal Editor.. THE Government is to defend Ireland's controversial abortion ban in a landmark case this week in the European Court of Human Rights.. And if Ireland is found to be in violation of the European Convention on Human Rights it may lead to the introduction of abortion here in limited circumstances.. Attorney General Paul Gallagher will lead an eight-strong legal team to Strasbourg to defend the ban.. The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) will sit on Wednesday to hear the action brought by three Irish women in a ruling that could have European-wide implications.. The case has been taken by three women identified as A, B and C, who claim their health was put at risk by being forced to go abroad for abortions.. In an indication of how robustly the State will defend Ireland's ban, Mr Gallagher has engaged two of the country's leading constitutional lawyers, Donal O'Donnell SC and Brian Murray SC.. More Articles.. BLOG: Fear dictates Ireland's abortion policy.. A.. B.. and C v Ireland.. Start.. Prev.. 1.. 2.. Next.. End.. Page 1 of 2..

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  • Title: Abortion
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  • Title: Abortion in Context
    Descriptive info: Abortion in Context.. Abortion is legal in Ireland only when there is a real and substantial risk to life of the pregnant woman, this includes the risk of suicide.. It is not against the law for women to travel abroad to access abortion services or access information on safe and legal abortion services in other countries.. Between January 1980 and December 2008, at least.. 137,618.. women travelled from the Republic of Ireland for abortion services in England and Wales.. UK Department of Health releases statistics.. each year on the number of women and girls who gave  ...   underestimation as not all women resident in the Republic of Ireland will provide their Irish address for reasons of confidentiality.. Furthermore, some Irish women will give addresses in the UK at which they are not resident in order to obtain abortion care paid for by the NHS.. An increasing number of women are accessing safe and legal abortion services in EU countries other than England.. According to the.. Crisis Pregnancy Agency.. , 331 women from the Republic of Ireland travelled to the Netherlands for safe and legal abortion services in 2008 and 451 women in 2007..

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  • Title: Abortion in Irish Law
    Descriptive info: Abortion in Irish Law.. Abortion in Ireland:.. Legal Timeline.. 2009.. Three women challenge Ireland s ban on abortion in the European Court of Human Rights on the grounds that the law jeopardised their health and their wellbeing in violation of their rights under the European Convention on Human Rights.. The women lodged a complaint to the European Court of Human Rights in August 2005 and an oral hearing of the case will be heard before the Grand Chamber of 17 Judges on December 9, 2009.. The women, known as A, B C to protect their confidentiality, contend that Ireland has breached their human rights under Articles 2 (Right to Life), 3 (Prohibition of Torture), 8 (Right to Respect for Family and Private Life) and 14 (Prohibition of Discrimination) of the European Convention on Human Rights.. 2007.. A 17-year-old woman known as.. Miss D.. with an anencephalic pregnancy goes to High Court to force the Health Service Executive to allow her to travel to obtain an abortion.. The High Court rules that she has a right to travel.. 2006.. European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) rules.. D v Ireland.. inadmissible because the case did not go through the Irish Courts.. The Irish Government relies on the argument that in the Applicant's particular circumstances, she could have been legally entitled to an abortion in Ireland should she have gone through the Irish courts system.. The Applicant, known as D, argued that Ireland's ban on abortion in the case of fatal foetal abnormalities violated Articles 1, 3, 8, 20, 13 and 14 of the European Convention on Human Rights.. 2002.. Irish voters reject the.. Twenty-fifth Amendment of the Constitution (Protection of Human Life in Pregnancy) Bill, 2002.. which would remove threat of suicide as a ground for abortion and increase the penalties for helping a woman have an abortion.. Voter turn out is 42.. 89% of total electorate.. 50.. 42% vote against.. 49.. 58% vote in favour.. 2001.. The Department of Health and Children establishes the.. to prepare and implement a strategy to address the issue of crisis pregnancy in Ireland as recommended by the All Party Oireachtas Committee on the Constitution's Fifth Progress Report on Abortion.. The strategy is to provide for:.. a reduction in the number of crisis pregnancies by the provision of education, advice and contraceptive services;.. a reduction in the number of women with crisis pregnancies who opt for abortion by offering services and supports which make other options more attractive;.. the provision of counselling and medical services after crisis pregnancy.. 2000.. All-Party Oireachtas Committee on the Constitution, chaired by Brian Lenihan, publishes its.. Fifth Progress Report: Abortion.. The 700 page report is a political assessment of the issues raised in the Green Paper on Abortion, submissions received and hearings conducted.. The views of women who have had abortions were not heard.. The Committee fails to reach a political consensus on the substantive legal issues of abortion but agrees on a strategy to reduce the number of crisis pregnancies.. The report further recommends the establishment of a dedicated agency under the Department of Health and Children to implement the strategy.. The report is sent to a Cabinet Subcommittee chaired by Minister for Health and Children Michael Martin for consideration.. 1999.. Cabinet Committee chaired by Brian Cowen, Minister for Health and Children, publishes.. Green Paper on Abortion.. prepared  ...   agencies, doctors and counsellors that do not provide information on abortion services abroad but do engage in pregnancy counselling are not subject to the provisions of the Act.. 1992.. As a result of the X case judgement and the issues relating to travelling and information on abortion, the Government puts forward.. three possible amendments to the Constitution.. in a referendum.. The three amendments include:.. The freedom to travel outside the State for an abortion -.. PASSED.. The freedom to obtain or make available information on abortion services outside the State, subject to conditions -.. To roll back the X Case judgement in order to remove suicide as a grounds for abortion in Ireland -.. REJECTED.. In the case of.. Open Door and Well Woman v Ireland.. , the European Court of Human Rights rules that Ireland violated Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights guaranteeing freedom of expression.. The Court found that the Irish Courts' injunction against Open Door and Well Woman from receiving or imparting information on abortion services legally available in other countries was disproportionate and created a risk to the health of women seeking abortions outside the State.. The Supreme Court rules in.. Attorney General v X.. that a 14 year old girl, known as X, pregnant as a result of rape, faces a real and substantial risk to her life due to threat of suicide and this threat could only be averted by the termination of her pregnancy.. Therefore, X is entitled to an abortion in Ireland under the provision of article 40.. 3.. 3 of the Constitution that requires the State to have due regard to the equal right life of the mother.. 1991.. Upon the request of the Irish High Court in relation to the 1989 case to prevent student groups distributing information on abortion services in the UK, the European Court of Justice rules in.. SPUC v Grogan.. that abortion could constitute a service under the Treaty of Rome (Treaty of the European Economic Community) and therefore a Member State could not prohibit the distribution of information by agencies having a commerical relationship with foreign abortion clinics.. However, the Court also rules that since the student groups had no direct links with abortion services outside of Ireland, they could not claim protection of European Community law.. 1983.. Referendum on the.. Eighth Amendment of the Constitution.. is passed after a bitterly contested campaign.. 53.. 67% of the electorate voted with 841 233 votes in favour and 416 136 against.. Article 40.. 3 of the Constitution is inserted to read:.. The State acknowledges the right to life of the unborn and, with due regard to the equal right to life of the mother, guarantees in its laws to respect, and, as far as practicable, by its laws to defend and vindicate that right.. 1861.. Offences Against the Person Act 1861.. criminalises women who procure a miscarriage.. The punishment is penal servitude for life.. The Act also makes it crime to help a woman procure a miscarriage.. The punishment is penal servitude for three years.. These criminal laws remain on the Irish Statute books and are interpreted to criminalise abortion in all circumstances.. Subsequent amendments to the Constitution and court cases have interpreted further the dimensions of abortion, however, the 1861 Act remains the basis of criminal law on abortion in Ireland..

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  • Title: Irish Journeys
    Descriptive info: Irish Journeys.. Angela s Story.. They say that there is no such thing as a typical abortion.. That each is different.. I know this to be true because I ve had two and they were very different.. There were no exceptional circumstances about the first.. It was 1982.. Like a lot of other people, I was unemployed, penniless, up from the country and living in a bedsit.. I had been in a long-term relationship but had ended it when I realised that I didn t really love the guy enough to stay with him.. A few months after we split up, however, we went together for old time s sake and I ended up pregnant.. At first, I didn t realise I was pregnant as I had what I thought was a period.. When my next period didn t arrive, I didn t worry at first because I hadn t had sex since my last bleed.. But I started to have all the other symptoms.. I went to a women s health centre, had a pregnancy test and knew before they told me that it was positive.. I was already pro-choice and active in the campaign to stop the Eighth (anti-abortion) Amendment being put in the Constitution.. So, as far as I was concerned, all the options were legitimate and open to me.. Although there was no way that I could bring up a child, I was excited at the idea that my body worked.. I was lucky because I knew that my ex-boyfriend would support me whatever I decided to do.. He would have been delighted if I had decided to go ahead with the pregnancy, but knew it would have made no sense in my circumstances.. I went back to the health centre, saw a counsellor, and booked a bed in a clinic in England.. My ex, who has a good job, gave me all the money I needed for a flight and operation.. He was really decent about it and didn t put any pressure on me to go ahead with it.. I didn t tell anyone but my ex where I was going for the weekend.. The night before the operation was a bit surreal.. I had been in London many times before, had even lived there for a while.. But this was like a secret visit.. I went to the clinic, had more counselling, and went for a meal in a restaurant which I used to visit with my friends.. It didn t feel like I was in London.. It didn t feel like I was anywhere I knew.. I booked into the nearby hostel and went to bed early.. Before I went to sleep I talked to the potential baby that was more in my head than my womb.. I said sorry that I can t have you just now, but I hope that I can sometime in the future, sometime when I can give you a Daddy and Mommy that love each other and a decent home and life.. I said, I know you understand and I went to sleep feeling okay about the next day.. My main worry when I  ...   damage and the prognosis was that he would never walk, talk, see, hear, get out of nappies.. I was already traumatised by that knowledge and the idea of having another baby- with the fear that the same thing might happen again- it just terrified me in a way that I can t describe.. I can say that I understood for the first time how women can risk their lives using knitting needles or coat hangers to cause an abortion, because I felt desperate enough to do that.. I couldn t stop crying.. I felt so stupid, because although I had being using a cap, I hadn t topped up the spermicide.. My partner was brilliant; he thought and feared exactly what I thought and feared.. I knew I was pregnant as soon as my period was late: I knew all the signs.. The clinic said I would have to wait until I was seven to eight weeks, otherwise the embryonic sac would be so small they couldn t be sure it had been removed.. Those six weeks were terrifying.. Those were the days when the anti-abortionists were doing everything to stop women getting to England.. I had nightmares that somehow they would stop me before I got to England and force me to continue the pregnancy.. I was unable to function properly.. I kept imagining myself with two severely disabled children.. I tried to be more positive but the thought of trying to give a decent life to any other child, while caring for my darling Michael was unrealistic.. He is a 60 minute an hour, 24 hour a day, job.. Anyway, I had a school friend whose second child was severely disabled and I saw how, with the best will in the world, she neglected her older child.. I needed all my love, all my energy for Michael and I was going to make sure he got it, even if I had to fight the anti-abortionists to get on the plane.. Although I needed him with me and although he wanted to support me, my partner couldn t accompany me because someone had to look after our son.. While in 1982, I had been happy enough to go to England, this time I raged about not being able to have a termination in our local hospital.. It would have been far easier for the whole family.. As it was, Michael couldn t understand why his mummy was leaving him for a whole weekend and it broke my heart to leave him.. This time, I felt nothing but desperation to stop this life that was growing inside me.. I felt no obligation to it, no soft feelings, nothing but sheer desperation.. Although I m quite open about having had an abortion, I don t often admit to having had two.. Intellectually I know this is silly.. But all the anti-abortion talk about careless women having abortions willy-nilly gets to you, even when you know it s not true.. Reprinted with permission from The Irish Journey- Women s Stories of Abortion (IFPA 2000).. Download the full document from which this excerpt has been taken.. here.. , in PDF format..

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  • Title: Campaign
    Descriptive info: Safe and Legal in Ireland Abortion Rights Campaign.. ( 3 Articles )..

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  • Title: The Safe and Legal (in Ireland) Abortion Rights Campaign
    Descriptive info: The Safe and Legal (in Ireland) Abortion Rights Campaign is all about ending the hypocrisy of exiling women in crisis pregnancy that choose to have an abortion.. The campaign includes various strands, including a litigation strand, a public awareness strand and a national and international advocacy strand.. We hope that the campaign will be the catalyst for what will become a very significant movement for legal abortion in Ireland.. We hope to mobilise people on this issue and secure comprehensive abortion reform in Ireland.. A key component of the campaign is the challenge by three Irish women, ABC v Ireland, in the European Court of Human Rights.. The three women, ABC, are basing their complaint around four Articles of the European Convention on Human Rights.. These include Article 8 with regard to the right of privacy in all family, home and personal interests, and entitlement to no public interference from any public authority in exercising this right; Article 3 which protects individuals from 'inhuman or degrading treatment'; Article 2 which affords protection of the law to safe-guard the life of an individual and Article 14 which affords rights and freedoms without discrimination on any grounds.. As Ireland s abortion rights campaign - we seek to raise awareness, fight stigma and realise rights for the 6000 Irish women who are forced to travel Britain to have an abortion each year.. We know that at least 123,258 women travelled from Ireland to Britain for abortions between January 1980 and December 2005.. We believe that it is time now for the Irish Government to face up to the reality of abortion in Ireland and to end the hypocrisy of our legal ban on abortion.. It is now  ...   being violated under Article 8 which relate to the right of privacy in all family, home and personal interests, and entitlement to no public interference from any public authority in exercising this right.. They also allege a breach of:.. Article 3, which protects individuals from inhuman or degrading treatment.. The women argue that the criminalisation of abortion harms women by stigmatising them and increasing feelings of guilt, and can result in difficulty in accessing necessary follow up care.. Article 2, which safeguards the life of an individual.. The Irish Government has provided no clear guidance as to when abortion may be legally carried out under the X case, where termination of pregnancy is necessary to save a woman s life.. Article 14, which affords rights and freedoms without discrimination.. The women argue that Irish abortion law discriminates on the basis of sex and financial status.. Women are treated differently from men in making decisions concerning their private and family life, and the ban imposes particular burdens on economically disadvantaged women and those who have difficulty travelling because of their age or legal status.. The three Irish women argue that these articles of the European Convention on Human Rights are being flouted by forced travel, forced childbirth, danger to the pregnant woman s life and discrimination on the grounds of sex and financial status.. This case is the first direct challenge to Irish abortion law by a group of women.. While the European Court of Human Rights does not have the authority to revise Irish law, it can find Ireland to be in violation of the human rights convention.. If this were to happen, Ireland would be urged to comply with its obligations under the convention..

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  • Title: Take Action
    Descriptive info: We aim to reach our goal of legalising abortion in Ireland through the help, support, and dedication of our supporters.. We encourage our supporters to take action and get involved in our campaign.. We invite you to get involved with the Safe and Legal Campaign in a way that best suits your skills, time, talents and personal resources.. THE SAFE AND LEGAL NEW MEDIA PROJECT.. Click on, read and follow our campaign.. The campaign can be found on You Tube, blogspot, facebook and twitter.. You Tube:.. youtube.. com/user/SafeAndLegalIreland.. Facebook: Safe and Legal in Ireland Abortion Rights Campaign.. Twitter: safeandlegal.. 7 STEPS TO GET INVOLVED AND SUPPORT THE CAMPAIGN.. Letters to the Editors.. Send a Letter to the Editor of the following media on our issue of abortion.. Pro-Choice letters are always valuable to raise our issue and give support to the pro-choice movement in Ireland.. The Irish Times.. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The Irish Independent.. The Irish Examiner.. Write to the Taoiseach.. Write a letter  ...   a letter to the following party leaders of the Labour Party, Fine Gael, Green Party and Sinn Fein.. Eamon Gilmore TD, leader of the Labour Party.. C/O Dail Eireann, Dublin 2 Phone 6183000.. Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. Enda Kenny TD, leader of Fine Gael.. C/O Dail Eireann, Dublin 2.. Phone 01) 6183105.. John Gormley TD, leader of the Green Party.. C/O Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Custom House, Dublin 1.. Tel:.. 01 888 2403.. Fax:.. 01 878 8640.. Email:.. Caoimhin O'Caolain TD, Leader of Sinn Fein, Dail Eireann, Dublin 2.. Phone 01-6183000.. 5.. Get involved with the Pro-Choice movement.. Send them an email to get involved or express your support.. Choice Ireland.. choiceireland.. org.. Cork Women's Right to Choose Group.. http://corkwomensrighttochoose.. blogspot.. com/.. Doctors for Choice.. Lawyers for Choice.. Alliance for Choice Northern Ireland.. http://allianceforchoiceni.. org/about/.. 6.. Make a contribution to the Safe and Legal Campaign.. By paypal on this website, click on the PayPal button.. Or by cheque to.. Safe and Legal (in Ireland) Abortion Rights Campaign,..

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  • Title: Campaign Resources
    Descriptive info: Campaign Resources.. Coming soon..

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  • Title: YouTube Content
    Descriptive info: YouTube Content.. The campaign has its own YouTube channel on.. You can view the 3 parts of 'Stop the Silence, End the Stigma' via the link above, or directly, via this page.. Stop the Silence, End the Stigma, Part 1.. Stop the Silence, End the Stigma, Part 2.. Stop the Silence, End the Stigma, Part 3..

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