To get involved with the Abortion Rights Campaign, fill out the form below.
The Abortion Rights Campaign is a broad-ranging campaign involving people of all abilities. There are six main working groups, each responsible for different types of activities and requiring various different skills. Please indicate which groups interest you and we will contact you about getting involved.
Which working groups or activities are you interested in?
The Actions working group are responsible for stalls, rallies, marches, creative and artistic activities, film showings, book readings, and stigma-busting events.
The Admin working group manage membership records, the newsletter and mailing lists, postal mail outs, merchandise and the online shop, and general IT administration.
The new Fundraising working group will be organising fundraising activities to raise funds for the Abortion Rights Campaign.
Media and Social Media
The Media working group coordinate spokespeople, media queries, press releases, social media, graphic design, videos, the website, and the ARC blog.
Partnerships and Outreach
The Partnerships and Outreach working group represent ARC in the Coalition to Repeal the 8th Amendment and other feminist and pro-choice groups, coordinate with ally and partner organisations, deliver workshops and training to external groups, and support the development of ARC’s regional groups.
Policy and Advocacy
The Policy and Advocacy working group develop and coordinate ARC policy and strategic planning, and engage in advocacy with citizens, politicians, diplomats and organisations in local, national and international forums.
Talk to your TD
We need people to take our short Civic Empowerment Training, have conversations with their TDs, and then let us know how it goes.
Talk to your TD
The Abortion Rights Campaign advocates for free, safe and legal abortion services for all who choose them. You can read more about the aims of the Abortion Rights Campaign here:
I am over 18 years of age
I support the aims of the Abortion Rights Campaign and an individual's right to choose
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