29 February 2024 5:27 pm

The sorry state of Chronic Ilness care in Ireland

Jem Yoshioka/Wikimedia Commons/https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/deed.en   Chronic Illness is an amazingly broad term, technically any condition that lasts more than a year with continuing treatment is chronic. However there is a specific kind of chronic illness that has gone relatively under the radar to most people. These illnesses are non life threatening […]

Thousands rise against cost of living crisis across Ireland

On Saturday the 18th of June thousands of people across Ireland took to the streets to demand better from the Irish government who has abandoned the working class for years. The protests called by the Cost of Living Coalition were held in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway, Sligo and Belfast. These […]

The festering homophobia in Ireland

For years Ireland has liked to think that we practically wiped out homophobia, with it only continuing in small groups. However the events of this week show that in our blissful ignorance we have allowed homophobia to fester within Ireland. For years there has been a vocal minority in this […]

Trans Rights activists rally in Cork

On Saturday the 26th of Febuary the Transgender Rights Coalition, a new organisation held a large rally in Cork city to call on the Government and Public Officials to implement equal healthcare rights to Trans people. The event garnered around a hundred supporters and hosted a number of speakers who […]

The rise of socialism in Gen Z from a Gen Z perspective.

  Ireland like most of the world has been hit hard by the viscous side effects of its neo liberal economic system with the working class of Ireland being priced out of their own country due to exploding inflation of the cost of living and a stagnation in wages for […]

‘Colston 4’ verdict is one for the history books

During the Summer of 2020, a series of Black Lives Matter protests took place globally after the murder of African-American, George Floyd, by Derek Chauvin, a former US police officer who was later found guilty of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.
Britain, has a horrific colonial past, that many, especially the political class, seem unapologetic about. However, the younger generation have demonstrated that they are ashamed and want to make the country a better place for minority groups.