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Cohabitation in Ireland: Happily Never After?

Cohabitation in Ireland: Happily Never After? Deirdre Kelleher As the country becomes accustomed to life after the successful Marriage Equality referendum it is worth pausing to consider the lived reality of thousands of Irish couples for whom equality remains elusive. … Continue reading

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Religious dominance in School Admissions in Ireland – Not Catholic, No School?

Religious dominance in School Admissions in Ireland – Not Catholic, No School? By Sarah Berkery Rule 68 of the Rules for National Schools states that: “Of all the parts of a school curriculum Religious Instruction is by far the most … Continue reading

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