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# Rights

Last month
March 2024
Debunked: ‘Ireland will change forever’ conspiracy meme is contradictory and nonsensical
This year
Virgin Media confirm Champions League coverage for next three seasons
All time
'If we were stopped by the authorities, we feared we could have been jailed or fined'
Parents of brain-damaged boy lose Supreme Court appeal for control of medical treatment
TV figures or TV money - the Six Nations has a massive decision to make
Consumers warned about how Brexit could impact online shopping
Column: Why are personalised attacks on children with disabilities, like Greta Thunberg, being tolerated?
Shane Dunphy
RTÉ to air Allianz League and club championship GAA games in 2019
Opinion: 'Nobody should have to live like this - I need more care to meet my basic needs'
Corina Duyn
Consumer watchdog investigating restaurant body over 'no-show' diners campaign
New Sky and BT Sport partnership raises uncertainty for eir Sport subscribers
'We can't fight racism on our own': A year and a half on from Traveller ethnicity
Opinion: 'All labour involves selling our bodies in some form, so what is different about sex work?'
Danny Rigg
Was your flight cancelled? Here are your rights
Ireland has the highest rates of some hate crimes in the EU, but no proper laws to address it
Irish Travellers in the UK may face greater levels of discrimination post-Brexit
BT Sport pay €1.36 billion to extend Champions League rights
Worked for €2 an hour and forced to break the law - the plight of Ireland's au pairs
After nine-year wait, Ireland to strengthen rights of people with a disability
Debate Room: Should we ban the burqa in Ireland?
Caitriona O'Neill and William Gallagher
'I didn't want to be any bother': Older people urged to ask for help this Christmas
Column: 'I don't have the same civil rights as other Irish women. I have a disability'
Ann Marie Flanagan
France's burkini bans being fought as an "attack on fundamental rights"
"We must demand true equality": Canada introduces new laws protecting transgender people
Kesha's sexual assault claims against producer are dismissed
'Slutwalks aren’t the lunatic fringe of feminism. They're a reminder that dressing “like a slut” is never an invitation to rape'
Lorraine Courtney
'The assumption is that plays written by women aren’t good enough'
Grace Dyas
Transgender woman allegedly arrested for prostitution files complaint against hotel
What are political leaders waiting for? It's time to liberalise Ireland's abortion laws
Julien Mercille
'They put a knife to my throat and told me I shouldn't be speaking on TV about gay men'
Mary Lawlor
'I've lived in a house with mould, damp and sewage, until I said, no more'
Debbie Mulhall
'I don’t feel safe in my home after it was burgled and fear constantly hangs over me'
Pat Kelly
Australia might get to vote on same-sex marriage - on one condition
A Twitter campaign appealing to Taylor Swift's sound side just paid off
Couple stranded in Thailand with daughter as surrogate claims she didn't know they were gay
Ireland's attitude to housing rights, social security and culture is under scrutiny
Caitriona O'Neill and William Gallagher
The UN is reviewing Ireland's protection of rights – how will we fare?
Caitriona O'Neill and William Gallagher
What else could I get for the... €1.35 million pricetag on this Cavan mansion?
Where is same-sex marriage legal?
Tom Petty is now getting royalties from Sam Smith's 'Stay With Me'