Le Quinton Beck Bail ó Dhia oraibh, a lucht léite dhílis. Seo hé an dara halt anois i sraith reatha ina leanfar polaitíocht na hEorpa agus ina bpléifear ábhar amháin suntais i gcoinne na coicíse. Eisíodh an 23 Deireadh Fómhair 2018 Clár Oibre an Choimisiúin Eorpaigh don bhliain 2019. I measc na mbeartas agus na dtosaíochtaí polaitiúla eile a léiríodh sa Chlár Oibre nua … [Read more...] about Vótáil tromlaigh cháilithe i gcúrsaí cánach sa CE?
By Aileen O’Leary On 24 October NUI Galway hosted Dr Mary Robinson, former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and President of Ireland, for a discussion about the importance of human rights. ‘The Necessity of Advocacy’ event was organised by the Irish Centre for Human Rights and the School of Law - a university - based institution for the study and … [Read more...] about “I don’t do advocacy, I do persuasion”: Mary Robinson discusses human rights at NUI Galway event
Le Quinton Beck Bail ó Dhia oraibh, a lucht léite dhílis. Leis an alt seo cuirtear tús le sraith nua reatha ina leanfar polaitíocht na hEorpa agus ina bpléifear ábhar amháin suntais i gcoinne na coicíse. Is mise Quinton Beck, iarrthóir iarchéime sa Nua-Ghaeilge ar an ollscoil álainn seo a bhfuil grá againn uile di. Tá suim ar leith agam i bpolaitíocht na hEorpa agus ní … [Read more...] about “Ardáin díbhordála” agus Riarachán Bhaile Átha Cliath
By Conor Gavin The 26 October 2018 is the day of our Presidential Election. What is lesser known is that there’s also a referendum to remove an old Irish Law on the same ballot. This referendum will decide whether or not we remove the “Blasphemy Law.” Currently in Ireland, people can be prosecuted for blasphemy. This is based on a law drawn up in our constitution … [Read more...] about Blasphemy referendum: what you need to know
By Sarah Canavan Okay, just to clarify, while this article is very out of character, I am a passionate advocate for voting. I am a big believer that one vote can make a big difference. Before I started this article, I had a very clear and strong opinion of who I was voting for in the upcoming presidential election. Now, I have a very strong opinion on each and every … [Read more...] about Satire: Think before you tick