Diversity & Inclusion
This year’s Women’s World Cup was one of the most watched in history. But staggering gender disparities still persist in the world of football, writes our editor Cassie.
After the Equality Act in the US, our contributor Kathryn compares how LGBTQ civil rights have evolved in Ireland and in the US
How did working class women, with no experience of politics whatsoever, manage to shake the establishment in four states of America? Netflix’s Knock Down the House documentary follows Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and three other female candidates as they run for Congress in 2018.
On International Women in Engineering Day, our Women’s Section Editor Cassie tells the story of Hedy Lamarr, a woman who should be celebrated in engineering history books, and not just on the Hollywood Walk of Fame!
The theme of Dublin Pride this year is ‘Rainbow Revolution’, an important reminder that the LGBTQ+ community need to use this month to reclaim their space when there is still so much opression and inequality to fight against.
The first feature film about the Haida indigenous community of British Columbia premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
An interview with Youth Advisory Panel members from the LGBTI+ Youth Strategy to look into how young people can influence politics.
Often starting is the hardest part – The Ideas Collective provides the push needed to get your idea off the ground, and change the world.
Gemma Kent outlines some of the pros and cons of gender-swapping famous male characters.
Gemma Kent considers the limitations of the ‘strong independent woman’ trope as the dominant superhero archetype for women.