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How The Yes Was Won

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How The Yes Was Won

Aisling Dolan, Deirdre Kelly, Emma Callaghan, Tara Lonij, Davy Quinlivan

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A podcast about the 8th Amendment. A 10-part podcast series about the history of reproductive rights in Ireland with interviews with those who fought for them, from the 1970s to the present day. Written and edited by Deirdre Kelly and Aisling Dolan. Narrated by Aisling Dolan. Produced by Deirdre Kelly, Aisling Dolan, Emma Callaghan, Tara Lonij, Davy Quinlivan
 
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Paper Radio

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Paper Radio is a podcast project created by Emma McKeagney which aims to bring outstanding Irish research from paper to a podcast radio episode you can listen to with ease. Listen to Paper Radio for fun, well researched topics you can enjoy. Season One will share outstanding research at an Undergraduate level. Season 2 will be released in mid 2021.
 
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This episode of How The Yes Was Won is a collection of stories we heard during our interviews that we loved, but just didn't fit in any other episode. We hope you like them as much as we did! Stories are from Mary Ryder, Anne Connolly, Mary Gordon, Mary McDermott, Ursula Barry and Catherine Coffey O'Brien. If you would like to help increase access …
 
In the final episode of How The Yes Was Won, we cover the day of the referendum results. We talk about the mixed emotions from everyone on the day, and the infamous "quiet revolution" quote from Leo Varadkar. We also look at the failures of the current legislation, and how we now need to push for more as it comes up for review. We speak about some …
 
In this episode of How The Yes Was Won, we cover the formation of Together For Yes, the national campaign to organise for a Yes vote in the referendum on Repeal. We spoke to activists involved in the campaign, from head office to canvassers on the ground, and discuss the many ways in which people were excluded from it. We also cover how the Irish M…
 
In this episode of How The Yes Was Won, we cover the rising campaign to demand a referendum to Repeal the 8th from 2012 onwards, and some of the changes that took place in Irish society that helped pave the way for this. More and more Pro-Choice groups were forming around the country, and momentum was building. Links to additional resources are bel…
 
Content Warning: In this episode, we will cover the story of Savita Halappanavar, Miss P and Miss Y. These stories include grotesque medical mistreatment, sexual assault, and death. Listener discretion is advised throughout. In October 2012, just one month after the first March for Choice, Savita Halappanavar died in a Galway hospital after being r…
 
In this episode of How The Yes Was Won, we cover how 20 years on from the referenda following The X Case, there was still no legislation to make it practicable. In 2012, a new generation of activists who had grown up under the 8th Amendment were spurred into action by a campaign of anti-choice posters erected all over the country by Youth Defence. …
 
Content Warning: This episode includes mentions of the sexual assault of a minor. We don't go into detail, but it may be distressing for some listeners, and listener discretion is advised. On this episode of How The Yes Was Won, we cover The X Case, the first real challenge to the 8th Amendment. We cover how this case led to widespread public demon…
 
On this episode we discuss how S.P.U.C weaponised the 8th Amendment to go much farther than Pro-Choice activists had anticipated, bringing legal action against anyone who was giving information out about how to access abortion in the UK and other countries. The only way forward for activists at the time was to set up an anonymous phone line to help…
 
On the second episode of How The Yes Was Won, we spoke with the activists and organisers who mobilised as part of the Anti-Amendment Campaign. This campaign fought to try to prevent the introduction of the 8th Amendment. Their bravery and perseverance is astounding. Additional research notes can be found below if you'd like to do some further readi…
 
In our first episode of How The Yes Was Won, we give context to the introduction of the 8th Amendment by delving in to what was happening in Irish Feminism in the late 70s and early 80s, and the backlash from it. There are links to some additional resources you may be interested in just below. We spoke with Anne Connolly, Mary Gordon, Dr Ursula Bar…
 
One week to go! We are so excited! Starting on May 25th with new episodes Tuesdays and Fridays for five weeks. A podcast about the 8th Amendment. A 10-part podcast series about the history of reproductive rights in Ireland with interviews with those who fought for them, from the 1970s to the present day. Support the show (https://www.asn.org.uk/don…
 
A podcast about the 8th Amendment. A 10-part podcast series about the history of reproductive rights in Ireland with interviews with those who fought for them, from the 1970s to the present day. Episodes on Tuesday and Fridays, coming May 25th! Support the show (https://www.asn.org.uk/donate/)By Aisling Dolan, Deirdre Kelly, Emma Callaghan, Tara Lonij, Davy Quinlivan
 
LittleTalks is a project which aids communication between children and their loved ones in prison. Steph Connolly did her BA in IADT and has just finished her MA in NCAD. Her design brain has taken a problem she saw from her own life and created a beautiful, practical solution to quite a sensitive issue. LittleTalks is a project she created in her …
 
This week I’m talking to Emily Kennedy, Emily did her degree in Social Science in UCC and wrote her paper entitled, “Trending #Repealthe8th – An Exploration of the Limitations and Opportunities of Digital Feminist Activism” in 2019. This paper looks at online activism and uses the Repeal the 8th campaign of 2018 as a case study. Specifically Emily …
 
This week I’m talking to James McElearney. James did a BA in Economic Politics and Law in DCU. He wrote his paper this year entitled , “The Politics of the Irish Constitution: An obstacle to Irish Unity?”. His very detailed paper outlines the question of northern partition as it was written into Ireland’s first constitution in 1937 and the developm…
 
This week I’m talking to Luke Gibbons. Luke did his Bachelor of Laws in Trinity College Dublin and wrote his paper in 2019 entitled “Corporate Criminal Liability for Environmental Wrongs”. This paper is so important and outlines the problems when it comes to punishing corporations criminally for committing wrongs on the environment. Luke explains t…
 
This week I am talking to Johannah Lordan. Johannah did her degree in Visual Communications in IADT. She wrote her paper in 2018 entitled “Low Price but not at any price. Ikea’s engagement with social and environmental issues.” We talk about how Ikea used Swedish design principles to bring good and affordable design to the world, IKEA's sustainabil…
 
This week I’m talking to Anna Miskelly. Anna did her degree in Civil Law & Society in DCU. She wrote her paper this year entitled “Judicial Formalism versus Institutionalism: The Case of Judicial Enforceable Socio-Economic Rights in Ireland”. This paper looks at how Judges treat cases which may deal with Socio-economic rights in Ireland. Can a judg…
 
This week I’m talking to Calum Fabb. Callum wrote his paper in 2019 entitled “Investigating the effect of semantic relatedness on affective priming in multilingual individuals.” Calum was the regional winner for Ireland under the linguistics category with this paper at the Undergraduate awards in 2019. Calum studied French and Hispanic Studies at T…
 
Listen to this week's episode to hear about Mental Health Diagnosis narratives & how stigma affects how we think about certain disorders. From the paper "DSM-5 and the power threat meaning framework: Comparing mental health attitudes" written by Christina Seery in UCD in April 2020 as part of her Psychology Undergraduate Degree. To get a full PDF o…
 
Listen to this week’s episode to learn about Paedophilia and Rehabilitation; with the Prevention Project Dunkelfeld, a Project which aims to rehabilitate paedophiles and child sexual abusers in Germany. From the paper “Prevention Project Dunkelfeld: the Possibility of Rehabilitation for Paedophiles and Child Sexual Abusers.” Written by Helen Moynih…
 
Listen to trace back drug use and it's influence on music from the early 30's American Jazz scene to Ireland's current contemporary music scene. From the paper "A Genealogical Perspective: An Exploration on the Relationship between Drug Use and Popular Music in Contemporary Irish Society" written by Niamh O'Carroll in Maynooth University in 2020. F…
 
Episode one looks at Kate O'Connor's 2017 paper "The Factors which continue to hold Direct Provision in Place" (TCD) Emma also speaks to Bod, an Asylum Seeker and Representative of MASI (The Movement of Asylum Seekers Ireland) and John Lannon the Chief Executive Officer of Doras Ireland. Links which are discussed in the episode can be found below. …
 
Paper Radio is a new Irish podcast project which aims to bring outstanding Irish research from paper to a podcast episode you can listen to with ease. Paper Radio is bringing academic research from paper to the airwaves and into your ears to start important conversations off about issues and topics affecting us here in Ireland. Listen weekly from M…
 
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