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Aileen (yes, a very Irish name) Guillén, ventured to study at Maynooth University, having never been outside the Canary...
There’s this concept that used to be popular with folks in the early anarchist movements called ‘the propaganda of the...
Our President Michael D Higgins recently embarked on a journey to Africa, covering South Africa, Malawi and Ethiopia...
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The situation is tough as a young person in Ireland right now. High youth unemployment, a wave of ‘recovery’ that doesn...
When the Rwandan Genocide began in April 1994, I was just six years old. For the 100 days that the Genocide lasted,...
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You may not believe me when I say it but we, the Irish, have a lot in common with those American kids in their fancy...
I knew very little about Utrecht prior to arriving here eight weeks ago, the city is a 25 minute train journey from...