Vote for Women


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.

Need information on registering to vote?
Download and print the #VoteforWomen zine here.

Get the printable poster here

Download RFA2 form here
Download RFA3 form here.
Download RFA5 form here