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# prejudice - Friday 29 November, 2019

Race, religion and prejudice: The issues raised at Ireland’s first FGM trial

A married couple were yesterday convicted of allowing female genital mutilation to be carried out on their daughter.

# prejudice - Tuesday 25 July, 2017

Disability: 'Are one in four people that I meet uncomfortable talking to me?'

We need to give people the time and opportunity to become comfortable around those with disabilities, writes Keith Hayes.

# prejudice - Tuesday 22 November, 2016

President Higgins: "We must share vigilance of not letting anti-Semitism spread again"

World Jewish Conference delegates hear Higgins address concerns over ‘walls’ and ‘fear’ challenging the world.

# prejudice - Tuesday 2 September, 2014

Calls for Ireland to legislate against online hate crime

A new report from the University of Limerick finds Ireland to be out of step with international legislation on hate crime.

# prejudice - Tuesday 29 April, 2014

Shatter: 'Immigrants have had a transformative impact on Irish society, for the better'

A review integration policy in Ireland is being carried out, with the minister urging people to make written submissions.

# prejudice - Friday 18 April, 2014

Children were the victims in a quarter of all 2014 racist incidents reported so far

67 incidents have been reported since the start of the year. Almost a third happened either at work or in school or college.

# prejudice - Friday 25 October, 2013

Column: Ireland’s child protection policy seems guided by medieval fairy tales

What we’ve seen happen to Roma families in Ireland this is week is something we all would like to think disappeared centuries ago – a witch-hunt.

# prejudice - Friday 9 August, 2013

Column: Just words? Anti-Roma and Traveller rhetoric has serious consequences

Following recent comment made about Travellers by a French MP, in which he suggested more should have been murdered during the Holocaust, Martin Collins considers the impact on hateful speech on violence against minorities.

# prejudice - Thursday 18 October, 2012

Discrimination experienced by 79 per cent of people with depression

The survey showed 34 per cent believe they had been avoided or shunned because of their mental health problems.

# prejudice - Thursday 5 April, 2012

Michael D Higgins hits out at racism and homophobia

The President said the problems can cause violence and even lead to suicide among young people.

# prejudice - Thursday 8 March, 2012

From The Daily Edge Common heart disease drug could 'combat racism' Chill Pill

Common heart disease drug could 'combat racism'

Scientists believe the results can be explained by the fact that racism is based on fear.

# prejudice - Tuesday 5 April, 2011

Debate on Islam in France ignites controversy

A debate on the role of Islam in secular France just one week ahead of the outlawing of facial veils in public has led to cries of prejudice within the country.

# prejudice - Wednesday 30 March, 2011

Anti-Islam Dutch politician stands trial for incitement to hatred

The controversial politician is accused of inciting hatred against Muslims, after describing Islam as “fascist” and announcing: “there is a battle going on and we have to defend ourselves”.

# prejudice - Thursday 20 January, 2011

Prejudice against Muslims is seen as normal, says senior Tory

Co-chairperson of British Conservatives says Islamophobia is now socially acceptable in the UK.