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The interviewee is a young woman who was actively involved in grassroots groups that mobilised around liberalising access to the morning after pill, making the the abortion pill and care packages available, with the group Need Abortion Ireland and the Strike for Repeal action. She discusses the importance of making addiction and mental health issues part of the debate around housing and the need for a more gender-balanced housing campaign. She discusses divisions between her group and other Repeal organisations. Need Abortion Ireland was very concerned with security and used Signal to communicate internally and a dedicated mobile phone to take messages from people who wanted to access abortion pills. This phone number was advertised via a high-ranking Google page. Topics also discussed include: Strike for Repeal, migrants’ voices, abortion services, fundraising, campaign messaging, risks, feminist inter-group solidarity. This interview has been anonymised at the request of the interviewee. Access to this interview is restricted to those engaged in bona fide teaching and research.