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Since 1983, over 170,000 women and girls crossed the Irish Sea to avail of abortion services abroad. In 2018, there was a referendum to repeal the law that made abortion illegal in Ireland known as the 8th Amendment and on the 25th May the 8th Amendment was repealed. Although abortion is now accessible in Ireland, for many women the scars of years of carrying shame and guilt are going to take time to heal.
Keane met with five different women who wanted to share their personal accounts of travelling to the UK to avail of abortion services, as thousands of other women in Ireland have had to do, and the impact it has had on their lives.
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