NMH Move – Dr Jo Murphy Lawless calls on the Minister for Health: AIMSIreland

Saluting courage and calling out the Minister for Health Jo Murphy-Lawless Things have finally changed for women in Ireland since the Mother and Child controversy of six decades ago. Women now expect to be able to exercise autonomy… 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

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

AIMS Ireland Response to the Citizens’ Assembly: Article 40.3.3 in the Delivery Room

AIMS Ireland Response to the Citizens’ Assembly: Article 40.3.3 in the Delivery Room AIMS Ireland in December 2016 submitted a factual, evidenced, and referenced submission to the Citizens’ Assembly. This submission was based on legislation, primary and secondary… Read More

The AIMS Ireland submission to the Citizens’ Assembly

The AIMS Ireland submission to the Citizens’ Assembly on the urgent need to repeal the 8th amendment is below. AIMS Ireland Submission to the Citizens’ Assembly

AIMS Ireland Statement on the publication of Judge Maureen Harding-Clark’s report into the Surgical Symphysiotomy Ex Gratia Payment Scheme and media commentary on the same.

The Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services (AIMS) Ireland  is outraged at the suggestion that the survivors of symphysiotomy have exaggerated, or been in some way dishonest, in their claims in what has been a long and… Read More

Breaking news: AIMSIreland issue Proclamation to the Birthing Women of Ireland

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This proclamation from AIMSIreland to the Birthing Women of Ireland is to mark the centenary of the original Irish Proclamation which was read from the GPO 100 years ago today. The original proclamation strove to ensure equal rights… Read More

AIMS Ireland statement on the removal of somatic support to a woman with an unviable foetus of 18 weeks gestation

AIMS Ireland welcomes the High Court Judgement of the 26th December 2014 that somatic support be switched off for a woman who was declared clinically dead on December 3rd 2014. Our sympathies go out to her family and… Read More