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# Gender Equality

13th June 2024
Womens' groups call for gender quotas in local elections after 'disappointing' results
After this election Ireland still ranks 22 out of the EU27 for the number of women in local politics.
This year
Fertility, income and the Six Nations: The stats showing the different lives of Irish men and women
Last year
Ivana Bacik ‘very concerned’ Labour won’t be able to support a yes vote in care referendum
Wording concerns remain as date set for 'women in the home' and definition of family referendums
Opinion: My heart sank when I heard calls for the word 'care' to be added to Article 41.2
Ann Marie Flanagan
Two referendums on gender equality and family expected to take place next year
Women in the Home Referendum will likely be held next year, Minister says
Two referendums instead of one may be required on gender equality with 'tight' November timeline
Open letter to Taoiseach seeks wording 'if gender equality referendum is to go ahead '
Varadkar says ‘women in the home’ referendum will be held in November, despite rumours of delay
Why are female journalists targets for online abuse, and what can be done about it?
WRC hears claim landlord told woman she could not stay in flat after hearing she was pregnant
Referendum on constitutional reference to woman's 'life within the home' to be held in November
All time
Gender Equality Committee proposes rewording for ‘women in the home’ reference in Constitution
Analysis: The rights of women and girls in Ireland have come a long way - here's how far
Emma Bowie & Oileán Carter-Stritch
Oireachtas report recommends referendum on women's place in the home
Sinn Féin tables proposals to cut cost of childcare by two thirds
The Good Information Podcast: Gender equality - why Ireland is not as equal as it might seem
Elizabeth, Julia, Rosie: Rewriting the women erased from Irish history
Explainer: What would Fine Gael's proposed gender quotas on boards actually do for business?
Quiz: How much do you know about gender equality in Ireland?
FactFind: Women are just over 50% of the population. Do they have 50% of jobs and economic power?
Open Newsroom: Gender equality, Ireland, the EU and you
Why are we more likely to send a woman to the European Parliament than the Dáil?
Just one in five people in Ireland believe women are treated equally in the home
Are we there yet? The Good Information Project focuses on gender equality
'Societal dysfunctionality' around gender roles needs to be tackled, says Defence Forces chief
Opinion: 'Back to normal' is a step back for gender equality
David Miliband & Geraldine Byrne Nason
Citizens' Assembly recommends 'women in home' clause be removed from constitution
'Women in the home clause' the key question as virtual Citizens' Assembly to deliver its results
Turkey criticised for pulling out of landmark treaty protecting women
Mr and Mrs Potato Head drop the titles 'to promote gender equality'
Men occupy most senior positions in civil service but are 'more likely to perceive gender bias in promotions'
'Maternity leave is a human right': TD calls for parental leave for TDs
General election to feature in upcoming debates of the Citizens' Assembly on Gender Equality
'It's up to people how they define themselves': Citizens' Assembly to examine gender in LGBT community
The first meeting of the Citizens' Assembly on gender equality is happening today
The citizens' assembly on gender equality will meet for the first time this month
One-quarter of under-25s believe men should be head of the household
'It's a serious form of child abuse': Thousands of girls in Ireland at risk of female genital mutilation