• ‘Both lives matter’, pro-life campaigners say ahead of consultation

    ‘Both lives matter’, pro-life campaigners say ahead of consultation0

    The Gibraltar Pro-Life Movement has said it looks forward to contributing to the consultation process initiated by the Gibraltar Government in relation to the law of abortion. In a statement the Movement said it is committed to ensuring that any legislative reform should recognise the indisputable right to life of unborn human beings. “There can

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  • CM meets with pro-choice campaigners

    CM meets with pro-choice campaigners0

    Representatives from Together Gibraltar, Choice Gibraltar, and the Secular Humanist Society Gibraltar last week met with the Chief Minister, Fabian Picardo, to discuss the abortion issue. According to a statement issued jointly by the three groups, Mr Picardo gave assurances that the legal element of tackling the issue will be relatively straightforward. “With the consultation

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  • Together Gibraltar pauses abortion referendum campaign

    Together Gibraltar pauses abortion referendum campaign0

    Together Gibraltar yesterday announced it will pause its campaign for a referendum on abortion following what it calls a “redirection” of the Chief Minister’s views. A spokesperson for Together Gibraltar said they launched a campaign for a referendum last month after Mr Picardo “had made it abundantly clear that he had no intention of changing

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  • Consultation for a command paper on abortion

    Consultation for a command paper on abortion0

    The Gibraltar Government will commence a process of discussion and consultation with a wide cross-section of the community before issuing a command paper on abortion. This process of consultation will include, but will not be limited to, pro-life and pro-choice groups who have already made their views publicly known and who have already met with

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  • Pro-life group sets out stance on abortion after meeting CM

    Pro-life group sets out stance on abortion after meeting CM0

    The Gibraltar Pro-Life Movement Caretaker Committee met with the Chief Minister Fabian Picardo and the Minister for Health Neil Costa to explain their work in relation to the ongoing debate on the question of abortion. The GPLM is based on the principle that “both lives matter”, that of mother and child, and considers that the

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  • In abortion debate, GWA reflects both sides

    In abortion debate, GWA reflects both sides0

    The Gibraltar Women’s Association said it will not campaign on the abortion issue out of respect to all its members, who are represented on both sides of the debate. Instead, the GWA encouraged members who felt strongly on the issue to join either of the groups recently set up to champion different pro-life or pro-choice

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