REPEAL

Outerwear To Give a Voice to a Hidden Problem

 
 
 
Repeal Project seeks to vindicate the rights of Irish women by reflecting , respecting and representing the need and want for free safe and legal access to abortion in Ireland. Making it seen that this issue needs to be heard.
— Repeal Project
 
 

Partner Organisation

We have partnered with The Abortion Rights Campaign, with proceeds from every  jumper sale donated to them. Repeal Project feeds into the trojan work and monumental impact they have had on the pro-choice cause. The Abortion Rights Campaign is a movement for choice and change in Ireland. They aim to promote broad national support for a referendum to repeal the 8th Amendment to the Constitution by the Irish Parliament; to push for the introduction of extensive abortion legislation by the Northern Ireland Assembly; and to ensure the health and rights of women in pregnancy are protected in line with international human rights standards.

http://www.abortionrightscampaign.ie

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Our Jumpers

For the manufacturing and printing of our jumpers we have partnered with The T-Shirt Company based in North Strand, Dublin. Their company ethos is aligned with ours.

'From the brand of t-shirts we stock to the inks we use, we strive for excellence. All of our brands are ethically produced and approved. 
We use chemical free water based inks and cleansing materials where possible and are Ireland's printing pioneers in the field of discharge ink. Discharge embeds the print info the fabric of the tshirt rather than onto it.'

 

http://www.tshirtcompany.ie

Media Partner

Over the last year, Her.ie has supported Repeal the 8th and have been stoic advocates for the reproductive rights of every woman.

As the partnering media organisation, we have pledged to tell and share the real stories of the women forced to procure abortions abroad. 

We promise to be the platform that tells the whole truth and paints an accurate picture of the realities facing our women.  

To read our continued coverage of the Pro-choice campaign, see Her.ie/Repeal