Pubs and restaurants are most looked forward to re-opening activity, culture not far behind April 29, 2021 With cabinet approval of many pandemic restrictions likely and looming, now seems like an opportune time to take a look at what activities Irish adults are most looking forward to following the re-opening of society. In the Amárach Research March …
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Irish adults consuming ‘more’ news, Whatsapp the winner April 22, 2021 DHR continues to work with Amárach Research in tracking the habits and behaviours of the public during the pandemic. To this end, we added several questions to the Amárach Research March Omnibus. We will be sharing the findings with  over …
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Media consumption during a pandemic: Irish people consuming more news November 13, 2020 As Ireland moves between the levels of restrictions set out in the Government’s Plan for Living with COVID-19, the effects of the pandemic continue to reverberate through all facets of life, not least the ways in which Irish people take …
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NCAD showcases work of graduating students through online catalogue and open studios September 22, 2020 The National College of Art and Design (NCAD) published its digital catalogue documenting the work of its graduating students across all of its departments, including fine art and design. The catalogue was officially launched – via an online call with …
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DHR announces new exhibition by photographer Conor Ó Mearáin September 9, 2020 As we re-open our office, DHR Communications is delighted to announce the launch of a new exhibition of photographs by photographer Conor Ó Mearáin. The exhibition showcases a number of photographs from Conor’s Cuban series, ‘Same Sea’ and is part …
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Heritage enthusiasts and experts encouraged to explore digital heritage week projects for National Heritage Week 2020 August 13, 2020 Heritage enthusiasts will be able to browse online projects created for this year’s National Heritage Week from Saturday, 15th August, which marks the start of Heritage Week 2020. Responding to this year’s theme of ‘Heritage and Education: Learning from our …
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Community cultural initiative worked with more than 6,500 Dubliners to create more than 150 cultural projects in 2019 August 11, 2020 Dublin City Council Culture Company worked with 6,523 people of all ages and backgrounds from 30 neighbourhoods across the city in 2019 to create 156 cultural projects. The year also saw 14 Henrietta Street, the museum operated by the organisation, …
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Communities, families and local groups across Ireland invited to explore heritage for National Heritage Week June 16, 2020 The Heritage Council has announced plans for a modified National Heritage Week, taking into account ongoing restrictions on events and gatherings due to COVID-19. Rather than focusing on the organisation of in-person public events, local heritage groups and organisers, families …
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New research reveals majority of young people in Ireland are hopeful for the future post COVID-19 April 20, 2020 Almost 70 per cent of young people (aged 16-19) in Ireland are optimistic that society will change for the better in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s according to new research published today (20.04.20), which was carried out by …
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Young Social Innovators calls on young people to be a force for good March 2, 2020 Building a nationwide movement of creative, caring and engaged citizens among Ireland’s young people will be to the fore of the Young Social Innovators Speak Out Tour 2020, which launches today (02.03.20) in the Mansion House, Dublin. The event will …
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