Women who have had abortions in Northern Ireland have faced “stigma, isolation,” and a “lack of support” in the workplace following their procedure, according to research from trade unions and Ulster University and reported by ITV News.
The survey, which was completed by a total of 2,031 people from Northern Ireland, found that one in five (19%) had direct experience of abortion as a workplace issue.
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