The media (print and broadcast) is a vital tool for LoveBoth to communicate fair, scientifically accurate and compassionate responses to right-to-life issues. Our spokespeople are well experienced and regularly take part in TV and radio panels and interviews on the issue. They also provide articles and opinion pieces for national and local newspapers while our press office issues statements on items in the news that affect the right-to-life.
To contact our press office call 087-6851596 or email email@example.com.
Our current panel of spokespeople:
- Cora Sherlock
- Caroline Simons
- William Binchy
- Sinead Slattery
- Sile Quinlan
- Maeve O’Hanlon
- Geraldine Martin
- Mairead Fallon
Click on the images below to read recent articles and listen to recent interviews with our spokespeople. If you are interested in joining our media team, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click the image above to read Cora Sherlock’s strong opinion piece in this week’s Irish Times, where she explains why doctors and healthcare workers must not be forced to take an active role in any part of the abortion procedure.
Click the image above to watch Cora Sherlock debate Brid Smyth TD on Ireland AM on the issue of conscientious objection for doctors and healthcare workers.
Click the image above to hear Cora Sherlock on the Pat Kenny Show speaking about the need for doctors to have genuine Freedom of Conscience opt-outs under any new abortion legislation.
Click the image above to watch Cora Sherlock’s address on the future of the pro-life movement in Ireland, given to the MacGill Summer School on 25.07.18.
Click the image above to hear Maeve O’Hanlon discussing recent developments on LIFE FM.
Click the image above to hear Cora Sherlock discuss the Government’s current plans on LMFM.
Click the image above to read William Binchy’s piece in the Irish Times about conscientious objection.
Click the image above to listen to Cora Sherlock speaking on Highland Radio.