STAND News talks to ICHH on how COVID-19 is affecting the homeless population

STAND News talks to ICHH on how COVID-19 is affecting the homeless population

STAND’s Cedric spoke to Anthony Flynn, CEO of Inner City Helping Homeless to see how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting Ireland’s homeless population. 

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Photo source: ICHH Facebook Page

Betty Nyagoha from Nairobi, Kenya talks about the Gatoto school and COVID-19

Betty Nyagoha is the director of the “Gatoto Integrated Development Programme” in Nairobi, Kenya and talked to STAND News about the school itself and the challenges occuring through COVID-19.

A Biodiversity Crisis in Ireland

Despite the Dáil passing a motion declaring a biodiversity emergency last May, little has happened since. Now, activists are calling for the implementation of an Irish garda unit dedicated to fighting wildlife crime.

Sarah Benson of Women’s Aid Ireland Talks Domestic Violence and COVID-19

Sarah Benson of Women’s Aid discusses the particular vulnerabilities many people are currently facing in Covid-19 lockdown in relation to domestic violence and what supports are available.

Documenting the Lesbos Human Experience with Fellipe Lopes

On the Greek island of Lesbos is the Moria refugee camp, constructed for 3,100 people but now with a population of more than 20,000 men, women and children.

Before lockdown, we met with one of the few people with first-hand experience of the camp, photojournalist Fellipe Lopes.

An Interview with Pavee Point: “We have to heed the warning regarding the Coronavirus”

An Interview with Pavee Point: “We have to heed the warning regarding the Coronavirus”

STAND’s Cedric spoke to Patrick Reilly, Mental Health Worker at Pavee Point about how COVID-19 is affecting the travelling community in Ireland, and the work that the organisation is doing during this time.

 

Betty Nyagoha from Nairobi, Kenya talks about the Gatoto school and COVID-19

Betty Nyagoha is the director of the “Gatoto Integrated Development Programme” in Nairobi, Kenya and talked to STAND News about the school itself and the challenges occuring through COVID-19.

A Biodiversity Crisis in Ireland

Despite the Dáil passing a motion declaring a biodiversity emergency last May, little has happened since. Now, activists are calling for the implementation of an Irish garda unit dedicated to fighting wildlife crime.

Sarah Benson of Women’s Aid Ireland Talks Domestic Violence and COVID-19

Sarah Benson of Women’s Aid discusses the particular vulnerabilities many people are currently facing in Covid-19 lockdown in relation to domestic violence and what supports are available.

Documenting the Lesbos Human Experience with Fellipe Lopes

On the Greek island of Lesbos is the Moria refugee camp, constructed for 3,100 people but now with a population of more than 20,000 men, women and children.

Before lockdown, we met with one of the few people with first-hand experience of the camp, photojournalist Fellipe Lopes.

STAND News talks to IWA about their work during COVID-19

STAND News talked to Joan from the Irish Wheelchair Association about how they're aiding the disabled community during COVID-19.See how you can help out here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsoJTx-r1n0

An interview with Friends of the Earth “We need to showcase the behaviours we want to see”

STAND’s Cedric spoke to Meaghan Carmody, Head of Movement Building at Friends of the Earth Ireland, about the actions we can take for the environment during lockdown.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCPRyRsBuNw
STAND News talks to USI’s Roisin O’Donovan about coping mechanisms during COVID-19

STAND News talks to USI’s Roisin O’Donovan about coping mechanisms during COVID-19

STAND’s Cedric spoke to Roisin O’Donovan from the Union of Students in Ireland to get advice on what students can do to look after their personal well-being during lockdown. 

 

Betty Nyagoha from Nairobi, Kenya talks about the Gatoto school and COVID-19

Betty Nyagoha is the director of the “Gatoto Integrated Development Programme” in Nairobi, Kenya and talked to STAND News about the school itself and the challenges occuring through COVID-19.

A Biodiversity Crisis in Ireland

Despite the Dáil passing a motion declaring a biodiversity emergency last May, little has happened since. Now, activists are calling for the implementation of an Irish garda unit dedicated to fighting wildlife crime.

Sarah Benson of Women’s Aid Ireland Talks Domestic Violence and COVID-19

Sarah Benson of Women’s Aid discusses the particular vulnerabilities many people are currently facing in Covid-19 lockdown in relation to domestic violence and what supports are available.

Documenting the Lesbos Human Experience with Fellipe Lopes

On the Greek island of Lesbos is the Moria refugee camp, constructed for 3,100 people but now with a population of more than 20,000 men, women and children.

Before lockdown, we met with one of the few people with first-hand experience of the camp, photojournalist Fellipe Lopes.

STAND News talks to IWA about their work during COVID-19

STAND News talked to Joan from the Irish Wheelchair Association about how they're aiding the disabled community during COVID-19.See how you can help out here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsoJTx-r1n0

An interview with Friends of the Earth “We need to showcase the behaviours we want to see”

STAND’s Cedric spoke to Meaghan Carmody, Head of Movement Building at Friends of the Earth Ireland, about the actions we can take for the environment during lockdown.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCPRyRsBuNw
Video resource: The Irish college – a place of equality?

Video resource: The Irish college – a place of equality?

STAND recently held a webinar with a number of student representatives to see how far we have come in terms of equality in third level institutions, and what’s still left to do. Watch the webinar in full below.

 

Betty Nyagoha from Nairobi, Kenya talks about the Gatoto school and COVID-19

Betty Nyagoha is the director of the “Gatoto Integrated Development Programme” in Nairobi, Kenya and talked to STAND News about the school itself and the challenges occuring through COVID-19.

A Biodiversity Crisis in Ireland

Despite the Dáil passing a motion declaring a biodiversity emergency last May, little has happened since. Now, activists are calling for the implementation of an Irish garda unit dedicated to fighting wildlife crime.

Sarah Benson of Women’s Aid Ireland Talks Domestic Violence and COVID-19

Sarah Benson of Women’s Aid discusses the particular vulnerabilities many people are currently facing in Covid-19 lockdown in relation to domestic violence and what supports are available.

Documenting the Lesbos Human Experience with Fellipe Lopes

On the Greek island of Lesbos is the Moria refugee camp, constructed for 3,100 people but now with a population of more than 20,000 men, women and children.

Before lockdown, we met with one of the few people with first-hand experience of the camp, photojournalist Fellipe Lopes.

STAND News talks to IWA about their work during COVID-19

STAND News talked to Joan from the Irish Wheelchair Association about how they're aiding the disabled community during COVID-19.See how you can help out here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsoJTx-r1n0

An interview with Friends of the Earth “We need to showcase the behaviours we want to see”

STAND’s Cedric spoke to Meaghan Carmody, Head of Movement Building at Friends of the Earth Ireland, about the actions we can take for the environment during lockdown.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCPRyRsBuNw

UCD students are taking action against the fast fashion industry

STAND’s Cedric spoke to Paula Martinez from UCD Clothes Swaps to hear about the dark side of the fast fashion industry and how they’re working together as a group to combat it.

 

Betty Nyagoha from Nairobi, Kenya talks about the Gatoto school and COVID-19

Betty Nyagoha is the director of the “Gatoto Integrated Development Programme” in Nairobi, Kenya and talked to STAND News about the school itself and the challenges occuring through COVID-19.

A Biodiversity Crisis in Ireland

Despite the Dáil passing a motion declaring a biodiversity emergency last May, little has happened since. Now, activists are calling for the implementation of an Irish garda unit dedicated to fighting wildlife crime.

Sarah Benson of Women’s Aid Ireland Talks Domestic Violence and COVID-19

Sarah Benson of Women’s Aid discusses the particular vulnerabilities many people are currently facing in Covid-19 lockdown in relation to domestic violence and what supports are available.

Documenting the Lesbos Human Experience with Fellipe Lopes

On the Greek island of Lesbos is the Moria refugee camp, constructed for 3,100 people but now with a population of more than 20,000 men, women and children.

Before lockdown, we met with one of the few people with first-hand experience of the camp, photojournalist Fellipe Lopes.

STAND News talks to IWA about their work during COVID-19

STAND News talked to Joan from the Irish Wheelchair Association about how they're aiding the disabled community during COVID-19.See how you can help out here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsoJTx-r1n0

An interview with Friends of the Earth “We need to showcase the behaviours we want to see”

STAND’s Cedric spoke to Meaghan Carmody, Head of Movement Building at Friends of the Earth Ireland, about the actions we can take for the environment during lockdown.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCPRyRsBuNw
An Interview with OurTable: “It All Comes Down to Integration”

An Interview with OurTable: “It All Comes Down to Integration”

STAND talks to Ellie Kisyombe from Our TABLE Dublin about the history of Direct Provision in Ireland, changes to the system and the role of ‘OurTable’. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Betty Nyagoha from Nairobi, Kenya talks about the Gatoto school and COVID-19

Betty Nyagoha is the director of the “Gatoto Integrated Development Programme” in Nairobi, Kenya and talked to STAND News about the school itself and the challenges occuring through COVID-19.

A Biodiversity Crisis in Ireland

Despite the Dáil passing a motion declaring a biodiversity emergency last May, little has happened since. Now, activists are calling for the implementation of an Irish garda unit dedicated to fighting wildlife crime.

Sarah Benson of Women’s Aid Ireland Talks Domestic Violence and COVID-19

Sarah Benson of Women’s Aid discusses the particular vulnerabilities many people are currently facing in Covid-19 lockdown in relation to domestic violence and what supports are available.

Documenting the Lesbos Human Experience with Fellipe Lopes

On the Greek island of Lesbos is the Moria refugee camp, constructed for 3,100 people but now with a population of more than 20,000 men, women and children.

Before lockdown, we met with one of the few people with first-hand experience of the camp, photojournalist Fellipe Lopes.

STAND News talks to IWA about their work during COVID-19

STAND News talked to Joan from the Irish Wheelchair Association about how they're aiding the disabled community during COVID-19.See how you can help out here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsoJTx-r1n0

An interview with Friends of the Earth “We need to showcase the behaviours we want to see”

STAND’s Cedric spoke to Meaghan Carmody, Head of Movement Building at Friends of the Earth Ireland, about the actions we can take for the environment during lockdown.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCPRyRsBuNw