In 1918, getting the vote changed history.
In 2018, using your vote will change it again.
In 1918, a group of Irish women, led by Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington, changed the course of history in Ireland
when they successfully won the female vote.
This project reimagines the suffragettes’ Votes for Women
slogan as Vote for Women, giving it a new meaning in 2018.
This year, on May 25th, the Irish government will hold
a referendum on repealing the 8th Amendment.
It’s been 100 years since women got the vote in Ireland.
100 years later, we must use it to Vote for Women.