Captured at Eyre Square Galway, 9th February 2018 | ‘The LoveBoth’ Project is committed to building a more welcoming society for expectant mothers and their unborn babies. Right now, their primary goal is protecting Ireland’s 8th Amendment, which safeguards the lives of both mother and baby in pregnancy. Each human being, regardless of age, dependency, gender, disability or circumstance, possesses a profound, inherent, equal and irreplaceable value and dignity.


The 8th Amendment is the last remaining legal protection for children in the womb. it was passed by referendum in 1983 by a two-thirds majority, in response to the effects of the legalisation of abortion in other countries.


Hi all, hope you are still having great craic no matter, which side of the 8th Amendment you are on. We are pretty diverse, like 360 degrees around here at The Craic in Galway.

Our priority since 2013 is to share the craic around the world and reflect Galway as the friendliest city. Since it is all happening in this highly competitive, commercial environment of Ireland, we need to be able to survive, which involves our ability to pay our bills. Based on this model we are happy to cover any events where we are invited and commissioned on €100 per hour pattern. We will dedicate them same attention regardless of their organiser philosophy or political views. In respect to a commercial background of some projects and required extend of the coverage additional fees might be applied. And Sometimes we do ‘free of charge’ stuff, as u know we love what we do so there are moments and spheres, we have covered just based on simple invitation we have received. I’m sure we were not invited to work or attend any other public gathering in Galway this week, that’s a fact. With a big respect to everyone’s personal opinion, Darius Ivan

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Journalist, Photographer and Designer VR360 content creator

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