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# Glass Ceiling

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Former AFL player and Monaghan boss combining for historic Derry club glory
Conor Glass on the impact made by Watty Grahams manager Malachy O’Rourke.
Connacht president Heneghan becomes first woman in the role in Irish rugby
The Mayo native also acts as a judicial officer for World Rugby.
Male-dominated boards: 'Excessive risk taking, testosterone driven egos and a lack of duty of care'
The glass ceiling is triple-glazed in many organisations, writes Kieran Moynihan.
'Not just old, white, and male': Where are the female conductors?
A new course run by the National Concert Hall in Dublin is training women as orchestral conductors.
'Making crazy seem normal': Campaign manager Conway credited with rescuing Trump campaign
She made his remarks “seem not so awful,” journalism professor Gabriel Kahn said.
Hillary Clinton just delivered some powerful and emotional words to young women in her concession speech
“I know we haven’t shattered this glass ceiling but someday someone will…”
Meet the Defence Forces' first female colonel
Maureen O’Brien joined the Defence Forces in 1981 and previously served in the Lebanon, Western Sahara and East Timor
More quarter-final heartbreak as Ireland fail to recover from an early Puma mauling
Joe Schmidt’s best-laid plans were torn asunder in 10 crazy opening minutes.
'France only part of the job. Now we must do what we haven't done before, reach a semi-final'
Two of Ireland stalwarts promise that this time will be different.
You were probably taught by a man in university
New research has shown that the most senior positions in universities are dominated by men.
What do the bosses at Ireland's top firms look like? Still mostly male and over 60
There’s not much change going on at the top.
Column: Is there really a glass ceiling for women in the workplace – or is it just for mothers?
The ‘glass ceiling’ is less to do with being a woman and more to do with having to care for small children.
Fewer than one in five Irish companies have woman on the board
Women are under-represented while support among executives for gender quotas drops.