After 13 years, the popular southside pub The Bernard Shaw is closing its doors. Over the years, the local pub had grown to become a cultural institution, providing creative space for countless artists and musicians. STAND interviewed one of them.
‘’When you were my age did you know what climate change meant?!’’ Here is a review of last Friday strike and its consequences.
Ahead of the global climate strikes on 20th September, students are asked what they think about it and if they’ll get involved.
Podcast Episode 1: Student Accommodation and the Housing Crisis
Clara Corrigan reviews an environmental art exhibition curated by young activists.
A week after the Irish parliament declared a climate and biodiversity emergency, hundreds of protesters gathered in front of the Dail to urge the government to take action. The ‘Act Now’ rally, which took place earlier this month, highlighted the failure of...
An interview with Youth Advisory Panel members from the LGBTI+ Youth Strategy to look into how young people can influence politics.
Dublin stands in solidarity with victims of Christchurch attack
Críomhthann Morrison for STAND attended a demonstration in Dublin this past Saturday, a movement in solidarity with the victims of Christchurch mosque shootings on March 15th 2019. Take a look here:Posted by STAND on Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Críomhthann Morrison attended a Dublin demonstration where over 100 people gathered in solidarity of recent New Zealand shootings.