While 92 per cent of the general population in Ireland completed secondary school, the proportion in the Traveller community was just 13 per cent.

Children from the Traveller community are being channelled into unofficial “Traveller schools” in some parts of Ireland, the only ones that will accep(...)

At the yellow flag awards ceremony in Dublin were Simona Bondor and Ikimhat Bahmus from Riverdale School, Dublin. Photograph:  Tommy Clancy

Five schools have been honoured for their efforts in promoting diversity and tackling racism. The four primary schools and one secondary school were (...)

Artists Sarah Browne, Miriam O’Connor, Ciaran Smyth, Ailbhe Murphy
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 and Anne Tallentire. 

have created artworks to form National Women’s Council of Ireland (NWCI) “STILL, WE WORK” an exhibition featuring work by Irish artists and a unique coming together of artists and women’s organisations - under NWCI - to explore the many issues surrounding women and labour over the last century an exhibition and a publication, which will be on view in the Gallery of Photography, Meeting House Square, Temple Bar from 19th to 26th OctoberPhotograph: 
Photograph: Alan Betson

Moving testimonies, expressed through text and images, of the unpaid and often unrecognised work that women have done over many years, are part of an (...)