Froccupy Teams Up with the Repeal Project on new Clothing Campaign
Posted on 18 September 2016
As ardent supporters of the Repeal the Eighth campaign, Froccupy is proud to announce an upcoming clothing collaboration with the Repeal Project. More info will be posted in the coming weeks but if you’re as passionate about this vitally important issue as we are then do watch this space.
An initiative that uses ‘outerwear to give a voice to a hidden problem, the Repeal Project has to date designed simple black sweatshirts with a striking white ‘REPEAL’ logo emblazoned across the front to visually communicate the pro-choice message. It’s a message that we back wholeheartedly and we are proud to add our voice to.
All proceeds from the sale of the sweatshirts is donated to the Abortion Rights Campaign, which is at the forefront of the repeal movement.
“ Repeal Project seeks to vindicate the rights of Irish women by reflecting , respecting and representing the need and want for free safe and legal access to abortion in Ireland. Making it seen that this issue needs to be heard. ”
— REPEAL PROJECT
The project also unveiled a powerful new film short this week entitled We Face This Land, directed by Dave Tynan and featuring prominent Irish women including actress Aoibhinn McGinnity, journalist Róisín Ingle and Senator Lynn Ruane among others.
Watch the video here:
Get more info on the Repeal Project at:
The repeal movement is spearheaded by The Abortion Rights Campaign and coalition of pro-choice groups in Ireland aimed at gathering signatures to call for a referendum to repeal the 8th Amendment to the Constitution of the Republic of Ireland.
For further information on the work of the ARC visit:
To find out more on the Coalition to Repeal the Eighth Amendment check out:
We'll be showing our support at the 5th Annual March for Choice taking place in Dublin this Saturday, 24th September and posting event details shortly.