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# Equality

This month
May 2024
Welfare cuts impacting Ukrainian mothers and elderly done under Govt's guise of 'equality'
This year
2024
Greece legalises same-sex marriage, becoming first Orthodox Christian country to do so
Last year
2023
Ukraine's parliament speaker tells Dublin conference that Europe 'woke to its mistake' after invasion
Government urged to expand discrimination laws to include social class and criminal convictions
Opinion: 'Everyone in the Traveller community has experienced prejudice at some point'
Michael Power
'A lot of people talk about it but don't support it. It does my head in'
Taoiseach says trans people are 'no more threat than any other group in society'
Analysis: The gender pay gap tells us less about wages and more about company power structures
Dr Aedín Doris
All time
Spain decries 'dreadful' spike in murders of women
Dr Laura Bambrick: Why pay child benefit to wealthy parents?
Dr Laura Bambrick
Opinion: The journey to full LGBTQI+ equality is far from over
Eilis Barry
'How can we prove it?': Travellers highlight barriers to justice after incidents of discrimination
Tenants 'often' unable to make discrimination complaint about landlords, report finds
'We have gone to the matches and the showers weren't working. That's the reality'
'Unacceptable' for Qatar officials to take rainbow flags from fans at World Cup
Government must act on women’s equality issues, rally told
People refused entry to pubs don't get 'adequate access to justice' under complaints system
Human Rights Commission calls on Irish government to address legislative gaps on hate crime
Campaigner says 2021 was 'watershed moment' for women's safety in wake of Sarah Everard murder
22 new Irish ambassadors and senior diplomats have been approved; 11 are women
DEIS and non-DEIS schools compare favourably but report highlights inequalities
New policy to make direct provision 'less isolating' for LGBT+ residents
‘Weeping for this country’: Struggle continues in Hungary as Ireland joins Europe in stance against anti-LGBT+ bill
‘We are seeing changes’: Sister of George Nkencho calls for solidarity ahead of inquest
Explainer: How does Hungary's new law affect LGBT+ rights?
Minister questions Garda Commissioner on racial equality efforts following death of George Nkencho
More pride flags to be erected around Waterford City on Monday
'It's a historic event for Irish rugby with significant benefits for the women's game'
Camogie saga 'not fair on players' and joy at seeing €2.4 million injection for GAA funding parity
Amsterdam celebrates 20th anniversary of legalising same-sex marriages
British royal family to consider possible appointment of diversity chief
HSE and unions strike deal on pay for voluntary health and social-service providers
Men occupy most senior positions in civil service but are 'more likely to perceive gender bias in promotions'
Legal test case to be taken against the Irish government over the way private pensions are taxed
Opinion: ‘Travellers have to hide their identity just to get a foot in the door’
Caoimhe McCabe
Male players 'carry more responsibility' than females - US Soccer Federation on equal pay row
'We've made history': First same-sex marriage takes place in Northern Ireland
Solutions, not problems: Changing the narrative of workplace equality
One-quarter of under-25s believe men should be head of the household
First Citizens' Assembly weekend on gender equality to be held in February