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# international women's day

This year
Opinion: Do women really support other women when it counts?
Niamh O'Reilly
Over 100 women murdered in Ireland since 2012 - and a gap in data on gendered violence
New cross-European investigation with Noteworthy finds Ireland’s response to violence against women hindered by insufficient records.
Female rape victims in Ireland almost treble that of EU counterparts
Investigation by Noteworthy and European colleagues shows Ireland ranking among highest number of reported rapes in 2022.
Sexual assault victims increase almost year on year since 2012
Between 2021 and 2023 over 68,000 rape victims recorded across Europe
Advocates say Ireland has ‘large-scale problem’ in tackling female violence
Minister starts Women's Day address to empty Dáil in moment widely shared on social media
Labour leader Ivana Bacik said she was ‘disappointed’ to see so few representatives in the Chamber.
Last year
Referendums on 'women in the home' reference and wider definition of family to be held in March
Hundreds march through Dublin on International Women's Day
International Women's Day: Does AI have a woman problem?
Sarah Jane Delany
Soldier, sailor, technician - the lives of three women in the Irish Defence Forces
Opinion: Women in work face extra challenges that men do not experience
Dr Emma Howard
All time
Government must act on women’s equality issues, rally told
Opinion: Remote working should not become the 'Mother' option, leaving women behind
Mary Rose Burke
Noeline Blackwell: This week has exposed society's distorted attitudes towards gender-based violence
Noeline Blackwell
Holly Cairns: The gender pay gap is a scandal - we must resolve to end it
Holly Cairns
International Women’s Day: Minding the mental health of women in the face of this pandemic
Bernie Hackett
Opinion: From repression to Robinson and Repeal - the Irish heroine's journey
Kathy Scott
You may think your workplace is progressive - your employees may disagree
Opinion: Adult children still at home? There's no blueprint for this time
Ruth Deasy
PSNI responds to criticism of Women's Day event that awards men for helping female officers
These are the gaeilgeoirí you should be following on Insta this Seachtain na Gaeilge
Cheers to IWD! 10 Dublin bars offering great drinks deals to mark the occasion
'We can't accept this as being the norm': USI President Síona Cahill on why she's calling for mass walkouts today
69 songs by our favourite Irish women: Here's your International Women's Day Spotify playlist
Abuse survivor says legal profession should 'bring their morals as well as law books into courtrooms'
Call for mass walkouts in Ireland to protest against gender-based violence and pay gap
OPINION: Ruth Coppinger TD on why she believes her 'thong stunt' can kickstart a movement around sexism and consent
23 of the best celebrity Instagrams from International Women's Day
16 of the best scenes from Ireland's International Women's Day marches
5 fascinating Irish female trailblazers whose stories history has hidden
Aer Lingus offered women priority boarding for International Women's Day and it caused a LOT of controversy
'Male celibates advise the Pope on what women really want, that is ludicrous'
Mary McAleese says it's 'pure codology' that women can't become priests
Poll: Are you a feminist?
International Women's Day 2018: Here's what Irish women need
Orla O’Connor
'More needs to be done': Just 16% of CEO jobs in Ireland last year went to women
President Higgins: 'We are a very long way from adequately addressing issues of hierarchy'
Spanish policewoman reprimanded for taking 'menstruation break' while on duty
'Fearless Girl' to continue staring down the Wall Street bull until 2018
Could horses be the way forward for women in Saudi Arabia?
The Rubberbandits' response to International Women's Day has really resonated on Facebook
Repeal protests attract thousands to the streets of Dublin