Monday February 17, 2020

34 years after Kerry Babies, fight for equality goes on

We know how little progress we have made – even after stories like Joanne Hayes's became public, writes Susan O'Keeffe

18th January, 2018
Joanne Hayes (R) with her sister Kathleen at the Kerry Babies Tribunal in 1985. Pic: RollingNews.ie

And still we fight for equal pay.

And still we fight for the right to make choices about our own bodies.

And still we argue for more women on boards of companies and organisations.

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