The European Super League: It's origins and how democracy can save football

Louis Brennan 01/06/2021

On Sunday the 18th of April, a bombshell was dropped which was set to irreparably change the fabric and structure of football leagues around Europe. Twelve of Europe’s elite clubs signed up to the European Super League (ESL), a competition which would be exclusive and even more lucrative than the present football industry – a market Deloitte …



Listening to and Learning from Young Voices

Ciara McFadden 18/05/2021

“What better way to begin to listen to needs and ideas than to start with the children...we wanted to think about the people living in Ardara, all …

Building a fast and fair climate transition from the bottom up

Suzie Cahn 04/05/2021

The pandemic highlights the need for climate justiceCommunities across Ireland have been adapting to the rapid changes brought about by the pandemic. …

A green recovery starts with the right to a healthy environment

Sean McCabe 22/04/2021

The 46th Regular Session of the Human Rights Council (HRC46) in Geneva last month may be remembered as a watershed moment in the global campaign for …

Childcare: time for a new model

Robert Sweeney 31/03/2021

The pandemic has turned life upside down for everyone; people locked up in their apartments and houses, job losses, income losses, furloughs, lost …

Precarious work in academia: let the researchers do the research

30/03/2021

Note: NUI Galway Postgraduate Workers’ Alliance (PGWA, pronounced pig-wa) is an alliance of PhD and Post-Doctoral researchers organised against …

Job Creation Post-Pandemic

Shana Cohen 15/03/2021

The economic fallout from the pandemic has affected workers in Ireland across sectors, positions, income, and skills. However, the closure of …

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