8 THINGS YOU CAN DO TO HELP the #together4yes campaign


1. #HomeToVote: Find out if you are eligible and registered to vote in the referendum


Whether or not you’re eligible to vote depends on how long you have been living outside of Ireland.  You are vote eligible if you have lived in Ireland in the last 18 months.  Check out our #HomeTovote website and start planning your trip home!

It’s important you check if you are on the register; you can’t vote otherwise! You can do so by going online to Check The Register. If you are registered, that’s great! You can also speak to family and friends to make sure they are on the register and their details are correct.

If you have any questions regarding your details or why you are not listed, please take a look at the FAQ page here.

2. Talk to your family & friends about voting YES

Don't assume that you friends and family back home will vote the same way as you would - call, skype or Whatsapp them and start the conversation. 

We know it can be daunting, but here are some tips and talking points to get you started.

Many of us “like” and “share” comments online, feeling happy to show support that way. But if the marriage equality referendum taught us anything, it’s that we need to speak to people directly and take the conversations offline, onto doorsteps and into people’s homes wherever possible.

Put together a plan today to identify your family and friends who are not yet committed to Repeal & start contacting them.  Send an article about Repeal in a Whatsapp group and ask people what they think.

3. Write letters to local and national newspapers about why you're voting yes



A good old fashioned letter to the papers is a remarkably easy and effective way to get your pro-choice voice heard across the country. 

TDs pay particular attention to those letters in the papers in their constituency, so it’s especially important that they see a strong stream of pro-choice letters being published.

If you’re not sure how to start or where to start, check out our letter writing guide for Irish people abroad here.

5. Make Together for yes Visible (Online and In Real Life)

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6. make a donation to together for yes

Any donation big or small can help get our message out there and bring about change. The opposition are well funded and every euro counts.

You can made a donation to Together for Yes by clicking here

7. Connect with your local pro-choice group

The Together For Yes movement is all over Ireland, and around the world, so find your local group and get involved…

Contact ARC regional groups and find out how you can use your skills to help your home town’s group from overseas. There are a number of regional and specialist interest groups that may also be of interest, like Midwives for Choice and Doctors for Choice.

Not in Ireland? Not a problem! You can still connect with pro-choice groups around the world like London, Glasgow, Berlin, Melbourne, New York and Repeal Global.

If your country or city doesn’t have its own solidarity campaign group, start your own. Organise your first open meeting, or rally, and spread the word on social media. Encourage Irish people abroad to talk to their friends and family at home about repeal.

8. Be informed

Knowledge is power. Facts and personal stories are what change people’s opinions. You only need to look at people’s testimonies from the Citizens' Assembly and TDs Simon Harris, Jonathan O’Brien and Micheál Martin to see it’s true. Become informed on the facts and on the personal stories of women who have made the journey and use these to help you have conversations with people you know.

Please note: Personal stories can be tough reading and listening, but they are the reason we are fighting for Repeal.


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