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|Founded||29 June 2018|
|Headquarters||17 Claremont Drive,|
|European affiliation||European Christian Political Movement|
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Mullen, the party's founder, has served as an independent senator for the National University of Ireland constituency since 2007. In 2014 he contested the European Parliament election unsuccessfully in the Midlands-North-West constituency. Mullen was prominent in campaigns opposing same-sex marriage in the 2015 referendum and abortion in the 2018 refendum. He is a member of the European Christian Political Movement.
The Human Dignity Alliance was borne out of a political grouping within Leinster House that met annually. The party is registered to contest European and Oireachtas elections. Mullen predicted the party would be a "slow burner" and see growth over time. Independent TD Mattie McGrath in 2018 ruled out joining the Human Dignity Alliance.
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