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national / education / press release Wednesday January 27, 2021 12:19 by anthony garvey 2 comments (last - wednesday february 10, 2021 11:27)
The Global Alliance between Toastmasters International and Rotary International offers members the opportunity to collaborate and work together to make a positive impact in their communities in Ireland. read full story / add a comment
The occasion was marked by recognising the 5 key individuals who have made the programme a success over the past 30 months. read full story / add a comment
Thousands of children are in danger of huge disruption to their education because of the school building scandal. About 40 schools are due to be inspected because of concerns about serious structural defects.
Defects have already been found in a number of schools built by Western Building Systems. This company won a large amount of contracts from the Department of Education and was responsible for building many schools. read full story / add a comment
We are a collaborative group of Ms C students in Applied Psychology at Dublin Business School.
We are an advocacy project raising public awareness around Cognitive Enhancers and Doping in Academia
We have attached an article surrounding this important issue hopefully to be published during National Brain Awareness Week commencing March 6th 2017.
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Students Against Fees today organised a banner drop during the Easter Sunday Parade. This was an attempt on the part of our campaign to challenge the hypocrisy surrounding the official 1916 commemorations. read full story / add a comment
The MA CEESA (Community Education, Equality and Social Activism) took this year out to think about what we do and how we can do it better. We've been doing a lot of thinking and talking to people in that time and the result is that we're making some changes in the course while keeping the basic principles intact. read full story / add a comment
An article from a young student regarding the impending cuts to student grants in Ireland. read full story / add a comment
national / education / opinion/analysis Tuesday August 11, 2015 19:01 by By Wayne Flanagan Tobin (personal capacity nb) 1 image
DSPP provides some useful tips for young people who may feel stressed after tomorrow's results for young people. This article is solely associated with Dublin Suicide Prevention Project and our policy towards young people and not any other associations (Professional, family or other) that that founders Mary Cullinane or Wayne F. Tobin may have. It is merely advice to young people from a personal perspective in line with DSSP guidelines. Thank-you read full story / add a comment
Call-out for students for this autumn's MA in Community Education, Equality and Social Activism at Maynooth - please circulate!
We have a lot going on at the MA - a talk next week "Gypsy rebellion? Leadership, NGOs and activism among Spanish gitanos"; in April John Holloway is giving a two-day seminar "Think Hope, Think Crisis" and not long after that we're co-organising the "Joining the dots" Grassroots Gathering in Dublin - all part of a wider Dublin Spring of resistance and creation bubbling up from below.
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Workers’ Party councillor Ted Tynan has said that it is time to replace two decades of lip-service on hospital overcrowding with immediate action to end the scandal of sick patients lying on trolleys in hospital corridors and wards.
Cllr. Tynan said that the hospital trolley crisis, like the Winter Vomiting bug, had become an annual fixture and the stock answer from both the government and the HSE that it was a temporary crisis was an insult to the patients involved and their families. read full story / add a comment
dublin / education / press release Wednesday October 29, 2014 22:20 by Dublin Suicide Prevention Project 2 comments (last - monday november 24, 2014 17:03) 1 image
The Dublin Suicide Prevention Project (DSPP) is an education and learning initiative which is being established to develop suicide prevention within communities and equip residents with the knowledge to refer at risk people to reach professional services. The project will also have a lobby function to campaign against cuts to all important mental health services. read full story / add a comment
international / education / news report Wednesday October 22, 2014 22:36 by wsm 1 comment (last - monday november 10, 2014 15:06) 1 image
Five years ago, the Irish Anarchist Review replaced Red and Black Revolution as the magazine of the Workers Solidarity Movement. It’s mission was to fill a vacuum in Irish radical circles, to be a publication that raised questions and provoked debate, rather than laying out blueprints for success, as had been the norm in the more theoretical work of the left. It was established at a time where a fightback was believed to be imminent, when the expectation was that as the (economic) beatings continued, morale would improve. read full story / add a comment
A recent ISPAI Hotline.ie Nationwide Public Survey shows that Irish adults’ predominant online daily behaviour revolves around online conversations: eMail usage (88%), followed by social networks related activities (63%) and news browsing (54%). read full story / add a comment
To celebrate the fifth year of this course, a €2k scholarship will be awarded for practitioner excellence in community education, action for equality and / or social movements. read full story / add a comment
international / education / press release Wednesday June 04, 2014 14:49 by Laurence Cox 1 comment (last - wednesday june 04, 2014 15:39) 1 image
Volume six, issue one of Interface, a peer-reviewed online journal produced and refereed by social movement practitioners and engaged movement researchers, is now out. Interface is open-access (free), global and multilingual. Our overall aim is to "learn from each other's struggles": to develop a dialogue between practitioners and researchers, but also between different social movements, intellectual traditions and national or regional contexts.
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soundmigration has made this new video about the activist MA at Maynooth. read full story / add a comment
April/May edition of the Beir Bus (Dublin) read full story / add a comment
cork / education / news report Wednesday March 12, 2014 00:03 by Corkonian 4 comments (last - saturday march 29, 2014 16:39) 2 images 2 attached files
On midday on Friday 7th March the Institute of Chemical Engineers - and their corporate sponsors, Shell - had organised for an engineer from Shell's Corrib Gas Project to give a talk and workshop for staff and students of the Engineering College at UCC. A cork group formed and mobilsed to attend the lecture, distribute independent information on Corrib and challenge any Shell spin.
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DCU Business School’s MarketingLab wishes to invite Irish entrepreneurs, SMEs, start-ups and students to the Helix, DCU for this year’s Get Started mini-conference which takes place on Tuesday, 18th February from 2pm - 6pm. The event is organised under the Techspectations initiative with support from IC4, North Dublin Chamber of Commerce, the Sunday Business Post, Edelman, HP and Microsoft. read full story / add a comment
national / education / press release Thursday February 06, 2014 14:48 by Ana 1 comment (last - friday february 07, 2014 20:36)
In support of the 11th Edition of the Safer Internet Day which will be celebrated worldwide on 11th of February 2014 read full story / add a comment