NI women facing 'stigma and isolation' at work after abortions

NI women facing 'stigma and isolation' at work after abortions

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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