By awarding the 2019 Nobel Prize for Literature to Peter Handke, the Swedish Academy are by default giving merit and support to a writer who has controversially supported the Serb campaign during the Balkan War and fall of Yugoslavia.
With the constant expression of feminism in this day and age, it is worth considering the case of McGee v Attorney General to investigate the true intention behind the seemingly revolutionary case which supposedly forwarded women’s rights in Ireland via the Constitution.
It cannot be denied that homelessness is a devastating issue gripping contemporary Ireland, but perhaps the solution is closer than it seems.
With Trump’s administration, constructive talks about climate change on US soil is not an easy task. However, advocates of a Green New Deal are not backing down…
With the recent Ryanair case, one might wonder why the legal right to strike was seemingly shut down in one case and welcomed in another, identical one.
As the college term begins again, a recent graduate gives their advice on how to look after yourself during the year.
For self-care awareness day, our editor Cassie reminds us that self-care first emerged in the sixties as a way for feminists and civil rights activists to challenge the system.
From its cause to its impact on individuals and our wider society, writer Gary Elbert looks at the state of drug addiction in Ireland.
Access to family planning and gender equality go hand in hand, says the UN on World Population Day.
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.