Shona Murray: A young explosion of voters changed our nation forever
Young people didn't experience past horrors but they are aware of what happened, writes Shona Murray
'I was 13 when Savita died; I didn't know much about Irish law or abortion, but I was shocked," said Cara Daniel from Dublin.
"It was a wake-up call that I didn't want to live in a country which allowed this," she told the Irish Independent.
"Along with that and the stories of church control; and how women clearly didn't have the same rights, then I wanted to do something.