# ifpa - Yesterday’s News
# ifpa - Thursday 12 May, 2016
The new Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform said it was his personal view the issue would be put to the people.
# ifpa - Tuesday 5 April, 2016
The short answer is that it’s difficult to rule out the possibility.
# ifpa - Tuesday 27 January, 2015
The most popular age group turning to online testing are people in their twenties.
# ifpa - Wednesday 10 December, 2014
The HSE has now clarified what advice should be given around abortion pills.
# ifpa - Tuesday 18 November, 2014
A UN report shows thirty countries with a lower maternal mortality rate.
# ifpa - Saturday 27 September, 2014
The march was organised by the Abortion Rights Campaign.
The head of the IFPA says the recent abortion law needs to be repealed.
# ifpa - Monday 28 July, 2014
In Ireland it is estimated that 3,780 women have undergone female genital mutilation.
# ifpa - Tuesday 13 August, 2013
A new home testing kit for common STIs will cost from €50, compared to the usual cost of €125.
# ifpa - Thursday 11 July, 2013
A timely release of statistics from England and Wales this morning…
# ifpa - Friday 4 January, 2013
The Oireachtas Health Committee will hold three days of public hearings.
# ifpa - Saturday 24 November, 2012
# ifpa - Wednesday 21 November, 2012
The Health Service Executive confirmed the external inquiry at an Oireachtas meeting yesterday.
# ifpa - Saturday 22 September, 2012
Plus – which Irish area has been keeping all the single people to itself? And how little confidence is ‘confidence’?
# ifpa - Monday 17 September, 2012
The group released its annual report from last year today.
# ifpa - Saturday 28 April, 2012
TheJournal.ie takes a look at the current laws, constitutional rights, past legal challenges and the situation in other jurisdictions.
# ifpa - Wednesday 4 April, 2012
Minister James Reilly has confirmed that nothing has changed for women with life-threatening pregnancies despite a 2010 European Court ruling against Ireland.
# ifpa - Friday 30 September, 2011
The laws will be looked at during Ireland’s first United Nations universal periodic review, where the country’s human rights record will be assessed.