Athens metro advertises anti-abortion campaign
By Sarantis Michalopoulos | EURACTIV network and EURACTIV.com
Jan 13, 2020
An anti-abortion campaign poster displayed in the Athens metro has triggered a strong reaction from the government, which forced the transportation company to immediately remove it.
On Monday (13 January), social media in Greece were flooded with pictures from the subway.
Anti-abortion group defends their ads on transit buses, despite outrage
Spencer Turcotte, CTV Kitchener
Published Monday, November 11, 2019
GUELPH -- An anti-abortion group in Guelph says they're defending their right to freedom of speech with their advertisements on transit buses as others in the community are calling for them to be removed.
Guelph & Area Right to Life says there are only five images, but they have been duplicated for display on the back of 10 different buses.
Stella Creasy Hits Out At 'Vile' Anti-Abortion Billboards In Walthamstow
The Labour MP, who is pregnant, has become the target of radical campaigners who posted a graphic billboard in her constituency.
By Sarah Turnnidge
Labour MP Stella Creasy has condemned “vile” anti-abortion campaigners after they posted graphic advertisements featuring an unborn foetus around her constituency, including on a billboard.
Creasy, who is pregnant, said she has been subjected to a campaign of “harassment” by activists from the Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform UK (CBR UK), which included a protest at the weekend and adverts being posted on a billboard, bus stops, and a phone box around Walthamstow.
Anti-Abortion Billboard To Be Removed From NSW Highway After Backlash
Wed 24 Jul 2019
An anti-abortion ad will be removed immediately from a roadside billboard, a month after the same ad was ordered to be pulled down from buses in the state.
The billboard ad features the words “a heart beats at four weeks”, advertising pro-life group ‘Emily’s Voice’ as part of its ‘notbornyet’ campaign.
Part 1: how anti-abortion activism is exploiting data
Monday, July 22, 2019
Intrusive data collection software and digital marketing systems are being developed and promulgated around the world by powerful and politically connected US-based anti-abortion organisations.
As anti-abortion organisations wake up to the utility of personal data to tailor and target messages online, data-intensive technologies and tools are being specifically developed for crisis pregnancy centres – which reportedly sometimes masquerade as licensed medical facilities and which have been criticised for providing those seeking medical help with false and misleading information.
Google changes policy to block misleading ads for anti-abortion groups
Announcement comes after Guardian revealed Google gave $150,000 in free ads to opaque anti-abortion group
Vivian Ho and Stephanie Kirchgaessner
Tue 21 May 2019
Google has changed its advertising policy after facing scrutiny for providing tens of thousands of dollars in free advertising to an anti-abortion group that runs misleading ads designed to deter women from terminating their pregnancies.
Google announced this week that starting in June, advertisers running ads “using keywords related to getting an abortion” will first have to distinguish themselves as an organization that “either provides abortions or does not provide abortions”, according to the new policy update.
‘Completely cross the line’: Anti-abortion ads on buses taken down
Controversial anti-abortion ad removed from buses
Chase Banger, CTV Kitchener
Published Thursday, April 4, 2019
A local sexual health centre is condemning anti-abortion advertisements on GRT buses, calling them “wholly inaccurate.”
The advertisements state abortion is linked to suicide, substance abuse, breast cancer, depression and infertility.
They direct people to KW Right to Life, an anti-abortion organization based in Kitchener.
Anti-abortion flyers found in breach of South Australia electoral laws
By Rebecca Puddy
Posted Feb 7, 2019
Anti-abortion campaigners say they have been ordered by the Electoral Commission of South Australia (ECSA) to stop letterboxing flyers and driving a mobile billboard around Adelaide.
The ECSA's decision comes ahead of Saturday's by-election in Cheltenham and Enfield. It follows legislation being introduced to Parliament late last year to remove abortion from the state's crimes act.
Abortion top cause of femicide - posters
Calls for Mayor Raggi to intervene
Redazione ANSA Rome
14 May 2018
(ANSA) - Rome, May 14 - The appearance of new billboard posters declaring that "abortion is the top cause of femicide in the world" have sparked shock and anger in the Italian capital.
The ads were run by the CitizenGO campaign ahead of an anti-abortion march in the city on Saturday.
Referendum advertising rules hit strategies for final fortnight
No side claim Facebook and Google announcements are the result of Yes lobbying
May 12, 2018
“We are here in Dublin with ProtectThe8th this morning. Pray for us! #warroomsessions”, said the Facebook posting by Fuzati, conveying something of a mixture of giddy excitement and determination.
The photo below the message showed an unkempt room in a Georgian house, complete with Adams-style fireplace, a fine plaster ceiling and a pair of large, closed double doors leading into another room.