The word ‘genocide’ is associated, in the minds of most, with the atrocities committed by the Nazi Regime during World War II. Few are aware of the equally heinous and more recent genocide campaign led by Pol Pot and The Khmer Rouge of Cambodia.read more
Cáit Caden examines diversity on screen and questions how diverse do we really need to be?read more
Caoimhe Durkan reviews the films that will make you think differently about our world.read more
In case you missed the STAND Book Club this month, Emily Daly reviews the featured book Bluets by Maggie Nelson.read more
IMMA exhibition to display work by Iranian artist.read more
Plastic bags are everywhere. Worldwide we use between 500 million to a 1 trillion tonnes each year. But have you ever wondered what happens to them before they reach you or after you have thrown them away?read more
“Jesus Christ,” “Christ almighty,” “Christ on a bike and Mary on the handle bars.”
Do you know how many countries in the world have blasphemy laws?
STAND speaks to environmental campaigner Francesca Franzetti about the recent legislation that would cut Ireland’s Fossil Fuels.read more
How many female voices have you heard on the radio or television today?read more
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