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# period poverty

Last year
Public buildings to have period products in no-cost vending machines
All time
'Negotiations ongoing' on zero VAT rate for newer period products like menstrual cups
Government report on period poverty to be launched next month
Scotland poised to become first country to make period products freely available
Opinion: 'Revolution Period' is here - so why are the authorities banning tampon ads?
Kitty Maguire
Minister sets up period poverty committee: 'Menstruation is not a choice'
'Girls are forced to have sex in exchange for sanitary pads or 50 cents'
First scientific review of menstrual cups finds they're safe - and leak the same as other sanitary products
Minister commits to taking action on free sanitary products in public buildings
Poll: Should sanitary products be provided for free in public buildings?
You can now get reusable tampons applicators, but how the hell do they work?
Opinion: Let's eradicate period poverty by providing free sanitary products across the country
Rebecca Moynihan
Free sanitary products to be provided in DCC community centres and libraries
Do we need a programme to increase access to sanitary products for girls?
We need to get rid of the shame and embarrassment around periods
'It makes them feel like they're not forgotten about': The group tackling period poverty in Dublin
Everything you need to know about 'period poverty' and the organisation helping to tackle it in Dublin