Thousands of people will March For Choice in Dublin on Saturday, calling for the removal of the constitutional ban on abortion.
In a bid to call for a full repeal of the amendment, the Abortion Rights Campaign is seeking to send a clear message to the Government as thousands of protestors flock to the City Centre to show their support.
Keen on marching tomorrow? If so, then make your way to the Garden of Remembrance on Parnell Square for 1.30pm. Marchers will leave at 2pm to make their way down O'Connoll Street and across the river to the Dáil. Don't worry if you're going alone either because you'll find plenty of groups you can join.
As well as music and speeches, there will be a prosecco party in the Pantibar in the morning (hosted by TheHunReal Issues and Snapchatter James Kavanagh) and an after March BBQ.
If you're travelling from outside Dublin well fear not, you can hitch a ride on transport pro-choice groups have organised. You need to get in quick though - for more info, check out their Facebook page.
Speaking at a press conference earlier this week Abortion Rights Campaign spokesperson, Linda Kavanagh, said:
We have all waited long enough to finally be allowed to make decisions about our own bodies, it’s vital that the government get this right.
— John Hyphen? (@JohnHyphen) September 29, 2017