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Charity begins in the workplace as companies opt to sample the monster feast

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Christmas has always been a time for giving, and now so is October! This year a number of innovative Galway employers have decided to give their employees a party to remember, and help save the lives of hundreds of orphans in the process.

Two NUIG students win documentary award

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TWO NUI, Galway students - Richard Walsh and Julian Ulrichs - have won the Best Short Documentary prize at the Radharc Awards in Dublin for their short documentary FGM – No Way Home.

Public talk on female genital mutilation

The controversial subject of female genital mutilation will be discussed at a public meeting in The Ruby Room in The King’s Head next Wednesday at 7pm.

We all have a role in eliminating sterotypes

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The Equality Authority previously published a background paper on gender stereotyping in the marketing of goods to children. This publication highlighted how girls are portrayed as dependent, passive and nurturing in these advertisements and how boys are portrayed as independent, aggressive, and active.

Girl tells court of three-year rape ordeal

A 16-year-old Roscommon schoolgirl has told a Central Criminal Court jury that her father sexually assaulted and raped her over a three year period.

Gay people isolated and discriminated against in Mayo

A new report has highlighted that gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people living in Mayo and throughout the west of Ireland are being discriminated against.

Lit’n’Deb to host debate on gay marriage

Is marriage only to be between a man and a woman? Is marriage not about the love two people feel for each other regardless of gender?


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