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‘Everything I do and write is influenced by feminism’

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IT IS 1975. Second wave feminism is in full flow, and a young woman, with dreams of becoming an artist, puts a failed relationship behind her and travels to Italy.

NUI Galway leads global project to examine impact of Covid-19 on young people’s lives

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A global UNESCO study being coordinated by NUI Galway has been formally launched to identify the impact of Covid-19 on young people around the world.

NUI Galway leads global project to examine impact of Covid-19 on young people’s lives

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A global UNESCO study being coordinated by NUI Galway has been formally launched to identify the impact of Covid-19 on young people around the world.

Moate CS students receive prominent ECO-UNESCO environmental award

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Reflective of their consistent dedication to the development and enhancement of the Sensory Garden at Dun na Si Heritage Park in Moate, Transition Year students from Moate Community School received due formal recognition of their feat, claiming the 'Further Growth' award at the national Young Environmentalist Awards which were announced in recent times.

Mayo Youths reach National Environmental Awards

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ECO-UNESCO have announced that four youth projects from Mayo have reached the final of this year’s Young Environmentalist Awards.

Galway 2020’s Savage Beauty transforms Connemara mountains

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Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture is now presenting Savage Beauty as an online art experience created by Finnish light artist Kari Kola. The artwork transforms Ireland’s Connemara mountains with colour and light in the largest site-specific light artwork ever created.

Galway 2020's Savage Beauty transforms Connemara mountains

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Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture presents Savage Beauty, now as an online art experience created by Finnish light artist Kari Kola. The artwork transforms Ireland’s Connemara mountains with colour and light in the largest site-specific light artwork ever created.

Why we need to promote tolerance in today’s multicultural society

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Today in Ireland there is an undercurrent growing which is tearing away at the moral fibre of Irish society. It is causing division. It is creating an atmosphere of hate, a separation of people into 'us and them', and creating intolerance for minority communities and their cultural traditions.

Calasanctius College marks World Philosophy Day

World Philosophy Day was introduced in 2002 by the UN. Since then, it has taken place on the third Thursday of November annually. The initiative allows for reflection on societal issues. According to UNESCO, by celebrating World Philosophy Day each year, we underline the enduring value of philosophy for the development of human thought, for each culture and for each individual.

Book it! - new children’s book festival for Galway

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Book it!, Galway's new book festival for children is taking place this month, and will feature readings and events with Alan Durant, Catherine Doyle, Patricia Forde, Eric Kaeil, Patrick Ryan and Michael Smith.

 

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