Comment & Analysis

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Op-Ed

From Protesting for Fun to Protesting for My Life

Jordanne Jones calls on Ireland to leave behind misogyny and trust women.
By Jordanne Jones
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Contribution

Why the Pro-Choice Side Can’t Promise Low Abortion Rates

Hazel Bergin and Ciara O'Rourke question whether pro-choice claims about abortion rates add up.
By Hazel Bergin and Ciara O'Rourke
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An bhfuil rud ar bith ag éirí go maith leis an Tionscnamh Oideachais na Tríonóide?

Chruthaigh gníomhaíochtaí seafóideacha na Tríonóide fadhbanna níosa measa ná a bheifeá ag tnúth leis.
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An Líne Caol Idir Áitiú agus Duine a Theilgean Amach

Is tábhachtach go gcuimhneoimis an chaoi go mbuaitear reifreann agus an chaoi go gcailltear iad.
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Editorial

Is Any Part of the Trinity Education Project Going Well?

Trinity’s high-handed approach has led to more than simple teething problems.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

The Thin Line Between Persuasion and Casting Someone Out

It’s important to remind ourselves how referendums are won and lost.
By The Editorial Board
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Op-Ed

Why I’m Supporting Repeal from Scotland

Human rights have no borders, writes former leader of Scottish Labour Kezia Dugdale .
By Kezia Dugdale
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Editorial

A Crackdown on Tours is One Commercial Revenue Move to Support

We should welcome a strategy that ensures visitors are paying their way.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

Accommodation Changes a Lousy Surprise for Students

Applicants should have been told that rooms for final-year students would be randomly assigned.
By The Editorial Board
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Op-Ed

Growing a Greener Ireland

Young people today are a 'transition generation' who must tackle climate change head on, writes Denis Naughten.
By Denis Naughten