Repeal the 8th amendment : Trust Women

AIMS Ireland welcomes the decision of the cabinet to hold a referendum to repeal the 8th amendment. When a women becomes pregnant in Ireland today there is only one option legally available to her; continue with the pregnancy…. Read More

Birth Groups welcome JOC decision to recommend referendum on repeal of the 8th amendment

BIRTH GROUPS WELCOME JOINT OIREACHTAS COMMITTEE OUTCOME – News release for immediate release 13/12/17 Birth groups have welcomed today’s recommendation by the Joint Oireachtas Committee on the 8th Amendment that the people of Ireland be given the option of full… Read More

How does the 8th amendment affect continuing pregnancy in Ireland? AIMS Ireland


AIMS Ireland were invited to make a presentation at Leinster House on the effects of the 8th amendment on continuing pregnancy. This is a transcript the presentation made by AIMSI Chair Dr. Krysia Lynch to TDs Senators and… Read More

Anomaly Scanning Provision in Ireland: AIMS Ireland

Birth Photography ~ to document the most important event in your life, PARENTHOOD

The situation with respect to anomaly scanning in Ireland is the following: 100% of pregnant women living in Dublin are offered this diagnostic option during weeks 18-22 in Dublin maternity hospitals and only 36% are offered it in… Read More

Timeline of Savita Halappanavar’s Treatment : AIMS Ireland


Timeline of events of Savita Halappanavar’s treatment at Galway University Hospital. Sunday 21st October, 2012 Savita and Praveen Halappanavar, who are expecting their first baby, arrive at Galway University Hospital. The 31-year-old dentist, who is 17 weeks pregnant,… Read More

The 8th amendment : my life matters


Guest Blog by Lee Martin Manifesto: I believe my life is important – more important than that of another life that hasn’t been born yet – not equal to, MORE important. Now let me break this down for you,… Read More

AIMS Ireland: March for Choice 2017


Aims Ireland marched for Choice again  in 2017. We campaign for choice in all aspects of the maternity services in Ireland. This means choice in whether you want to be pregnant or not, choice in where you have… Read More

NMH Move – The government has no mandate from the people: AIMSIreland

The government is continuing to tell the people of Ireland that they will forge ahead with their plans to enter into a church state partnership for the new National Maternity Hospital.  However, this government has NO MANDATE from… Read More


#notonourwatch #aimsireland Maternity service users, as taxpayers, demand facts on religious veto at new National Maternity Hospital AIMS Ireland seeks clarity from government on position of future church/state projects Maternity service users in Ireland today demand that the… Read More

Power and control in the Irish Maternity Services: AIMS Ireland

The National Maternity Move to St Vincent’s campus has exercised anyone who has an interest in a maternity service that is woman centred,  evidence based and free from religious ethos and bias. This move in its current agreed… Read More