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New tool allows higher education students to anonymously report sexual harassment and violence
The Speak Out tool will be launched across 18 universities this academic year.
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'Go back to your cotton fields' - Kerry An Ghaeltacht footballer on experience with racism
Franz Sauerland is the latest athlete to speak out.
# innovators
'Deal with the Wheels': These teenagers are leading the way on some of society's most important issues
A group of students will vie for the title of Young Social Innovators 2017 at the Convention Centre in May.
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"Problems feel smaller when you share them" - if you're not feeling OK, let someone know
Last time we spoke about listening – now it’s time to talk.
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Garda voices on the whistleblower controversy: 'Morale in the force is in the toilet'
We asked members of the gardaí what impact the whistleblower controversy has had on the force.
# speak out
Archbishop Martin: 'Communities must mobilise and speak out against violence'
The Archbishop of Dublin said that acts of violence, like that of a pipe bomb being left in a graveyard this week, should be condemned.
# Modern times
Pro sports more gay-friendly as athletes speak out
Several stars have called for a change in attitudes as regards homosexuality in sport.