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How Irish pregnant women are fighting for their rights

Pregnant women across the world are making their voices heard to the UN human rights council in Geneva this week, protesting against the US administration’s plans to revoke the UN’s human rights protection for Palestinian women and girls, the Irish Times has learned.

A growing number of Irish women and women’s groups have been mobilising for the right to reproductive health in recent years, including a Women’s Rights Campaign for Reproductive Health (WRPRH) and a Women and Gender Studies Association of Ireland (WGSIA).WGSIAS director Cathal MacKeown said: “This week we are going to the Human Rights Council to speak out against the UN decision to revoke protections for Palestinian reproductive health, which is very troubling.

The UN has a long history of taking decisions to further the US agenda.”

We believe that our rights are fundamental and our rights should be protected for all people, regardless of where they live.

We are not alone and are here to speak up against this decision and all other attempts to undermine our rights.

“We call for the establishment of an independent international commission of inquiry into the violation of the human right of the Palestinian people.””

Speaking out against US human rights policies in the UN Human Rights Commission are: Maryann Fianna, president of the Irish Women’s and Gender Issues Association of Britain, who said: “We are in support of the UN rights commission. “

We call for the establishment of an independent international commission of inquiry into the violation of the human right of the Palestinian people.”

Speaking out against US human rights policies in the UN Human Rights Commission are: Maryann Fianna, president of the Irish Women’s and Gender Issues Association of Britain, who said: “We are in support of the UN rights commission.

The rights of all women in Palestine and Israel are of paramount importance.

“As women in Ireland we are in solidarity with the Palestinians and with our allies. “

“There is a clear human rights issue that needs to be addressed in the Palestinian territories and it is not being addressed at the UN.””

Ms Fiannan, who also works for the Women and Girls’ Network, said that the UN is “under no obligation” to take action against Israel.””

There is a clear human rights issue that needs to be addressed in the Palestinian territories and it is not being addressed at the UN.”

Ms Fiannan, who also works for the Women and Girls’ Network, said that the UN is “under no obligation” to take action against Israel.

“They have the legal authority to do what they want with it.

Ms MacKeon said the Irish Human Rights Committee had a duty to look at what was happening in the territories and its report will be made public.”

I would hope the UN would look at it and then take action.”

Ms MacKeon said the Irish Human Rights Committee had a duty to look at what was happening in the territories and its report will be made public.

She said: “We support their right to exist as independent nations, but the US has the right and the responsibility to do the right thing and look into the situation.”

There needs to always be a balance of power in the world, and that means having a balance between the rights and the rights to protect the human beings.

“If there is no balance, it will be easy to turn a blind eye to violations of the rights.

We hope that the human resources commission will be able to do that.”