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Active consent programme to tour colleges with original play

Alumni of NUI Galway’s Drama and Theatre Studies will perform an original play, The Kinds of Sex You Might Have at College, as part of a limited national tour to Irish universities between September and October 2019 with stops currently scheduled in Galway, Limerick, Dundalk and Dun Laoghaire.

Minister launches NUI Galway report on sexual consent among third level students

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The Minister of State for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O’Connor, TD, this week launched a research report on sexual consent among third level students carried out by the NUI Galway SMART Consent research team in collaboration with their partners at four colleges.

McNelis calls for digital age of consent to be raised to sixteen

The commercialisation of personal data by social media companies, and the harvesting of such data by companies like Cambridge Analytica, show the need for stronger online protections for children and young people.

Man accused of harassment, assault, and threats sent for trial

A 26-year-old man charged with assaulting a woman, threatening to kill or cause serious harm, and harassing her on a number of occasions including at a hospital, has been sent forward for trial.

Trial for man charged with dangerous driving causing serious harm

A 42-year-old Oughterard man has been sent forward for trial charged with dangerous driving causing serious bodily harm to a woman earlier this year.

Violent disorder and assault accused sent for trial

A young man accused of commiting violent disorder and intentionally or recklessly causing serious harm to a man has been sent forward for trial.

Barrett welcomes court judgement

The State and Shell have lost their bid to stop two Mayo citizens pursuing High Court claims as to whether a ministerial consent given eight years ago for the Shell gas pipeline is valid. The decision was welcomed by Cllr Harry Barrett. Judge Laffoy ruled last week that Brendan Philbin and Bríd McGarry were allowed to have that issue and other public law claims ruled on by the court.

 

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