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Alliance for Choice

Alliance for Choice

Alliance for Choice is a pro-choice organisation established in 1996 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The organisation campaigns for free, safe, and legal access to abortion, barrier free access to unbiased sex education, and an end to harassment of those using reproductive health services. 

The material in this archive has been kindly donated by Naomi Connor and Emma Campbell of Alliance for Choice and consists of photographs, leaflets, and flyers documenting the activities of the organisation from 2010 onwards.

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