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This year
Tributes to Journal Media reporters for three years of Mary Raftery Prize wins
Peter McVerry, presenting the awards, highlighted “powerful role” of media to expose injustice.
All time
'Women would disappear and no one said anything': Breaking the silence on mother and baby homes
Survivors, adoptees and Christy Moore will perform in an event at the National Concert Hall tonight.
Cobh Ramblers to donate portion of new shirt's sales to suicide awareness charity
The League of Ireland club are supporting Breaking The Silence.
Opinion: 'I joined the army out of love for Israel... but I was just playing the part of the British soldier'
‘At first, I hated shooting school children with rubber-coated bullets … but after a few months in Hebron, we would high-five each other every time we hit one’, writes Dean Issacharoff.
University of Cambridge admits it has 'significant problem' with sexual misconduct
A total of 173 complaints of sexual misconduct have been received by the university since May last year.
Israeli soldiers' testimony: 'The instructions were clear in Gaza - shoot anyone you see'
A group has published dozens of testimonies from Israeli soldiers who fought in Gaza, but the military is sceptical of the report.
Opinion: As a former Israeli soldier, I had to speak out about the injustices I participated in
After serving as an IDF combat soldier and commander, Yehuda Sahul questioned the morality of the military action in the West Bank.
Console seminar to help employers identify warning signs of suicide in their employees
The training programme will also help colleagues cope with the aftermath of suicide in the workplace.