Le Quinton Beck Bail ó Dhia oraibh, a lucht léite dhílis. Bhí príomh-aire na hIodáile, Giuseppe Conte, sa mBruiséil Dé Máirt arú seo caite chun óráid a thabhairt os comhair Pharlaimint na hEorpa. Ach níor fearadh fáilte roimhe ar chor ar bith. “Ar uairibh bíonn an Iodáil,” arsa Guy Verhofstadt, ceannaire an pháirtí liobrálaí i bParlaimint na hEorpa, “ag iompar í féin … [Read more...] about An Iodáil ag cruthú fadhbanna don Eoraip arís: Conte, Guaidó agus Maduro
On the evening of the 12 February, NUI Galway student and This Time I’m Voting volunteer Sinead Bolger organised a ‘What Europe Means to You’ event. Guest panellists included European Union Law Lecturer Rosemary Keogan, Professor Niamh Reilly, author of 'Human Rights: Seeking Gender Justice in a Globalizing Age', and This Time I’m Voting Volunteer Saul Ballesteros. The … [Read more...] about This Time I’m Voting
It is hard for some people in Ireland – especially for students - to “get” why Jeremy Corbyn has attracted such a visceral reaction among much of the British press. … [Read more...] about Jeremy Corbyn: too radical to lead the UK?
The impacts of climate change are no longer just in the paper, or in far flung tropical countries, they are right on our door step. … [Read more...] about Irelands’ Climate Culture: Great on Rhetoric, Painful when it comes to Action
On 10 October, those of us who are 'lucky' enough to hail from Roscommon or the South of Leitrim (assuming that they are over 18 and registered) will get the chance to exercise their right to vote in the upcoming bye-election to fill the empty Dáil seat left by Luke 'Ming' Flanagan after he waltzed off to Europe last May. … [Read more...] about A South Leitrim perspective on the Roscommon-South Leitrim Bye-Election