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A, B, and C v Ireland

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A, B and C is an appeal taken to the European Court of Human Rights under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights. It was held that the right to privacy under Article 8 did not confer upon the appellants a right to an abortion. However, Irish law was found to be non-complaint with Article 8 by failing to provide an accessible procedure through which a woman could establish whether she qualified to have a legal abortion in Ireland.
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University of Oxford
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St Anne's College
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Hart
Host title:
Landmark Cases in Medical Law
Series:
Landmark Cases
Pages:
307-340
Publication date:
2017-10-26
ISBN:
9781849465649
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pubs:684143
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uuid:fbbac7f6-be52-4e6e-9d7b-0bcc2fdc19e7
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684143
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2017-03-07

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