Movember is once again knocking on our doorstep and asking for support in the next coming weeks. Movember is the world’s leading men’s charity. They want men to live happier, longer and healthier lives by focusing on critical points of men’s health: prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health and suicide prevention. SIN spoke with Jack O’Connor, Country Manager … [Read more...] about Support men’s health with the ‘Movember’ campaign
Well, thank God the Late Late Toy Show wasn’t cancelled
To outside nations, the Irish culture seems utterly bonkers, and I have seen this to be true. Despite spending a wintery semester in Canada last year, I had no intention of missing out on the Late Late Toy Show. I told my newfound friends from a variety of countries across Europe about it and convinced them that it would be a fun afternoon of Christmas jumpers, drinking … [Read more...] about Well, thank God the Late Late Toy Show wasn’t cancelled
Leave Diana Alone: Does the world truly respect the People’s Princess?
Despite being born in 1998 and Princess Diana passing away in 1997, I have always had a fascination with her life, who she was and what happened to her. To the public, she was coy, charming, caring, loveable and so very human. She was the breath of fresh air that the Royal Family lacked. In her own words in the infamous interview she gave in 1992 with the BBC, she was a threat … [Read more...] about Leave Diana Alone: Does the world truly respect the People’s Princess?
National campaign launched to guide students and staff on how to support sexual violence victims
NUI Galway’s Active* Consent, Union of Students Ireland and Galway Rape Crisis Centre have partnered to launch an eight-week social media campaign to empower University students and staff with guidance on how to respond to disclosures of sexual violence and harassment. Over the eight weeks, the online campaign will offer basic ‘do’s and ‘don’ts’ of receiving a … [Read more...] about National campaign launched to guide students and staff on how to support sexual violence victims