Poverty & Development
Campaign amplifies movement to address homelessness.
by Neave Barker
by Barbara McCarthy
Counting the Cost
Human Rights31 Oct 2016 09:13 GMT
The founder of Front Line Defenders discusses the state of human rights today and defending those who protect them.
Ireland22 Oct 2016 09:24 GMT
One of Europe's oldest horse fairs, it's also a meeting point for members of the Irish Traveller community.
Inside Story31 Aug 2016 21:12 GMT
The European Commission says the Irish government helped Apple artificially lower its tax bill for more than 20 years.
Environment30 Aug 2016 15:00 GMT
Ireland deals enabled tech firm to avoid paying taxes on almost all profits from sales within EU market, says official.
27 Jul 2016 12:01 GMT
A look at life on both sides of the barriers dividing two warring communities.
Politics27 Mar 2016 22:18 GMT
Thousands march in Ireland to commemorate the 1916 revolt that led to its independence from Britain.
Racism17 Mar 2016 08:27 GMT
Are memes calling the Irish "the first slaves" an attempt to derail conversations about slavery and modern-day racism?
Human Rights07 Mar 2016 16:49 GMT
Thousands of Irish women travel to England each year as restrictive laws put them at mental and physical risk.
Health06 Mar 2016 12:20 GMT
Legal experts condemn compensation scheme for women who were crippled by Irish doctors during childbirth.
Ireland06 Mar 2016 10:59 GMT
Women incarcerated in Catholic Church-run institutions and forced to work for free remember those who died in them.
Ireland28 Feb 2016 08:24 GMT
Parties to start negotiations seeking alliances to form government, after ruling coalition falls short of victory.
Ireland27 Feb 2016 01:58 GMT
Exit poll projects that PM Enda Kenny's government will not secure majority as voters react to uneven economic recovery.
Ireland26 Feb 2016 11:43 GMT
As talk revolves around an Irish economic recovery, the growing number of homeless families say they see no sign of it.
Elections26 Feb 2016 10:55 GMT
Opinion surveys show incumbent pro-austerity coalition could be voted out of power amid growing anger over taxes.
Human Rights26 Feb 2016 09:34 GMT
Victims of the brutal practice of symphysiotomy share their stories and question the government's redress scheme.
by Menelaos Tzafalias
by Niki Seth-Smith
by Julia Zulver
by Richard Falk
- Akbar Ganji
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