Malak Thawley HIQA Review: AIMS Ireland Statement

In a statement on 30th January 2018,, the National Maternity Hospital objected to a HIQA review under section 9.2 of the Health Act, following the untimely death of Malak Thawley. The NMH have said that a review of… Read More

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

Anomaly Scanning Provision in Ireland: AIMS Ireland

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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

AIMS Ireland: Keep women’s voices at the centre of the National Maternity Strategy


AIMS Ireland welcomes the publication of the Implementation Plan for the National Maternity Strategy, which was formally launched in Dublin today. This plan is vital to create a maternity service which offers choice, safety and equity of access to women… Read More

Volunteers Required for Support Roles in AIMS Ireland

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    AIMS Ireland are now seeking volunteers to assist us with personal enquiries incoming daily. These enquiries are sensitive in nature and it is a fundamental understanding that each case must be treated with utmost confidentiality, compassion… Read More

Its one month later Minister Harris – NMH Move

PRESS RELEASE 7am Monday 29th May 2017 Maternity Service users call time on National Maternity Hospital talks, demand answers from Minister Harris and Religious Sisters of Charity. Dublin: Aims Ireland, the association representing Ireland’s maternity service users, would… 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

Breaking: AIMS Ireland calls on government to set a date for a referendum on the 8th, let the people grant bodily autonomy to all, and stop the dilution of democracy

AIMS Ireland calls on the government to set a date for a referendum on the 8th amendment without delay.  The Citizens Assembly has again proven that there is a strong desire for change and that there is a… Read More

Breaking News: AIMSI response to the Statement from St. Vincent’s Healthcare Group Friday 21st April 2017

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AIMSI response to the Statement from St Vincent’s Healthcare Group Aims Ireland notes the decision of Vincent’s Healthcare Group to review plans for the National Maternity Hospital.  We eagerly await the outcome of the review but stop short… Read More