(...) access to birth control; forcing women to leave paid employment on marriage; limiting their access to the(...)

Mohammad Rafique with his wife, Rafika Begum, three-year-old Waheeda and seven-year-old Jamalida. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan.

(...) education, training or employment. “They were coming from backgrounds where they’ve no experience of(...)

On the increase: more than 40,000 jobs have been created in Ireland over the past year. Photograph: Marc Gutierrez/FRF/Getty

(...), and total employment is back where it was in 2005. More than 40,000 of the jobs in that net increase(...)

 Voters pictured at the Polling Station this morning at St Joseph’s School, Navan Road, Dublin. Photograph: Collins

(...) in employment expected to vote between 7pm and 10pm when polling finishes.In a number of polling(...)

Lansdowne captain Ron Boucher leads the celebrations after victory over Clontarf in the Ulster Bank League Division 1A Final at the  Aviva Stadium.  Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

(...) importantly afford that coach now in full time employment an opportunity to stay in the game. Such a pathway(...)

Newly-married couple Anne Fox (nee Cole) and Vincent Fox cast their votes in Dublin in  the referendum on their wedding day. Photograph: Getty 0:48

(...) increase significantly around teatime with most people in employment expected to vote between 7pm and 10pm(...)

Britain still ranks as Ireland’s main food export destination and by some way, accounting for nearly 40 per cent of all food exports.   Photograph: Bloomberg

(...) the relatively low employment footprint of the pharma industry here. Despite accounting for €50(...)

Guest speaker at the 2015 Student Summit Patrick Hamilton Walsh (left) with Greg O’Donoghue, vice president for welfare at the Union of Students in Ireland. Mr Hamilton Walsh spent several years travelling the world while documenting his trip with a mobile phone. That adventure eventually led him to Sweden where he has been helping develop the image-sharing platform PicHit

(...) change and, paradoxically, becoming the ones who provide employment. Entrepreneurship has become a byword(...)

Siteserv chief executive Sean Corkery: Politicians were asking the public to connect disparate issues concerning the Siteserv sale, Irish Water contracts and Mr O’Brien’s finances. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

(...) would have paid more than Millington. Mr Corkery said Siteserv has boosted employment from 1,650 to 3(...)

Mandate explained workers at the Gorey branch of Dunnes Stores were called into a meeting at 6pm where they were informed of the “immediate closure”. 1:55

(...) were not given any explanation as to why or indication regarding their future employment. It described(...)