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# National Women's Council of Ireland

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Concealed pregnancies: Experts raise questions about supports for women in wake of court case
Government must act on women’s equality issues, rally told
NWC says protest rally is 'for government to listen' as coalition reps cry foul over 'exclusion'
Maternity leave exclusion from wage subsidy referred to the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission
Campaigners say data collection on domestic violence in Ireland at 'crisis point'
What do women want to change about Ireland? #FeministAgenda is trying to find out
Orla O’Connor
These are the Irish radio shows most dominated by men
Failure to crack down on sex trafficking will make communities 'safe havens for pimps'
Opinon: This Nollaig na mBan, let's recognise that women shoulder the majority of care work
Orla O’Connor
What makes someone eligible for a medical card?
Not An April Fool: NGOs share unbelievable facts
There are 6 ways to make the Oireachtas more women friendly, says NWCI
“Amanda would have been forced to carry to term, fearing every minute”
Dublin signs up to UN 'safe cities' programme
Childcare costs leave parents struggling to pay household bills
10 interesting moments from day three of the Oireachtas hearings on abortion
Oireachtas hearings on abortion wrap up with pro-choice presentations
Churches and lobby groups to address Oireachtas abortion hearings
Column: Yes, the Club Orange ads are offensive. But mainly they’re just lame.
Jean Sutton
Column: Austerity has an unequal impact on women. So let’s fix this.
Orla O'Connor & Clara Fischer
NWCI chief quits over Govt's 'scant regard' for women's rights