The Story of Your Stuff 2020
Hey, what’s the Story of Your Stuff? EPA invites second-level students to consider the environmental impact of everyday items January 16, 2020 The young people who influence the trends of today will be the decision-makers of tomorrow and are encouraged to consider how their everyday decisions can have a positive impact on the environment – and the world. That’s according to Dr …
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Science Gallery International
Emory University, Atlanta joins Science Gallery Network January 16, 2020 Science Gallery International announced that Atlanta-based Emory University, one of the world’s leading research universities, will become the latest member of its global network of Science Gallery locations. The announcement was made at a signing ceremony held in Trinity College …
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IPRT - disabilities in prison
IPRT publishes report examining rights for people with disabilities in prison January 15, 2020 Prisoners with disabilities face discrimination within prison services Isolation in cells, limited availability of accessibility aids, lack of appropriate information on prison services, and limited opportunities to communicate with peers and family members are just some of the barriers and …
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Moment in Time
National Gallery of Ireland presents 180 years of iconic international photography in latest exhibition December 2, 2019 Iconic American landscapes, scenes of daily life from interwar Europe, and abstract impressions of both the natural and manmade worlds are among the subjects found in the National Gallery of Ireland’s latest exhibition, Moment in Time: A Legacy of Photographs …
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Dark days of War of Independence
Dark days of War of Independence the subject of new National Library photographic exhibition November 20, 2019 Dublin’s Custom House engulfed in flames, Cork’s Patrick Street reduced to rubble, families ejected from their homes by British forces, and the immediate aftermath of outbreaks of violence and bloodshed are among the scenes displayed in the National Library of …
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Gen Z
New research shows over half of Gen Z show strong interest in working in the public sector or for themselves November 12, 2019 Young people in Ireland would like to work in the public sector, or to run their own business. That’s according to new research published by Young Social Innovators (YSI), which was carried out as part of the Young Social Innovators …
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SEI Awards 2019
Social entrepreneurs awarded more than €240,000 in funding and support to change Ireland for the better at SEI Awards October 9, 2019 Farm safety, property theft, remote working, anxiety among young people, bullying in school and more equal access to secondary school grinds are the social issues tackled by the winners of the 2019 Social Entrepreneurs Ireland (SEI) Awards, supported by DCC …
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Locked Out of the Market Report
Only 3.7% of national rental stock affordable for standard housing support recipients October 6, 2019 A new report by the Simon Communities of Ireland has revealed that on average just 3.7% of rental housing stock across the country is within standard Rent Supplement (RS) or Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) limits. The charity’s latest ‘Locked Out …
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temporary accommodation Simon Communities of Ireland
Almost one in three adults knows someone who has recently lived in temporary accommodation October 3, 2019 Almost three in ten Irish adults know someone who is staying in temporary accommodation, or who has done so in the past 12 months, according to research published by the Simon Communities of Ireland. In a national omnibus survey – …
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