There are two archival boxes with material specifically relating to women. These are the archive box marked Abortion (includes Brook clinic and contraceptive issues) and the archive box marked Women Together.

Abortion box contains, for example, four published books on abortion and anti-abortion.
The remainder of the material consists of leaflets, reports and pamphlets;

Leaflet, 'Contraception on demand', ('guidelines adopted by the NEC but which it refused to put before Conference'.

Leaflet, Dublin Spartacist Youth Group, 'Down with the injunction! Free abortion on demand!' 21 February 1992.

Flyers, 'Why doctors are worried about this amendment', issued by the Pro-Life Anti-amendment doctors.
Various newscuttings on abortion.

Printed, 'Outcry: the bulletin of the Youth and Students division of the Society for the Protection of the Unborn Child, Spring 1993'.

Leaflet 'Why Northern Ireland should reject Brook Advisory Centres - Their Plans for Your Children', published by SPUC.

Leaflet, 'Why stop Spuc?'

Copies of a newspaper, 'Human Concern' published by SPUC, Winter 1991/1992, Spring, 1992, Autumn 1992.

Published, 'S.T.O.P The Destruction of Our Children Brook Advisory Clinic- An agency of immorality', published by The Free Presbyterian Church.

Typescript, The Anti-Amendment Campaign, Dublin Briefing Document, 9 December 1982.

Typescript, 'Some rough notes on legal matters for pro-life workers', by Fr Sean Cunningham, OP St Malachy's Dundalk.

Leaflet, 'Abortion in Northern Ireland, What you need to know', by Youth for Truth.
Printed, 'Amendment News', Anti-amendment campaign, June 1983.

AccessWhile generally access to material is open to researchers there may be restrictions on some collections.
Repository NameLinen Hall Library
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CommentSome of the information listed from this repository has been extracted from lists prepared by Dr Eoin Magennis and we are grateful for his assistance. Where partial or no lists were available staff of the Women's History Project constructed an outline list. It must be remembered that due to time constraints not all items in this repository were examined individually. Many of the items held by the Linen Hall have been digitised and are available online through the Extraordinary Women NI Project.