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Explainer: What counts as EU funding and where does it go?
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Explainer: What counts as EU funding and where does it go?

Jun 30th 2022, 1:00 PM 3,926 Views 1 Comment

…And where has Ireland received – and given back to the whole process?

Why is the EC releasing funds to Hungary and Poland in face of democracy threat?
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Why is the EC releasing funds to Hungary and Poland in face of democracy threat?

Jun 30th 2022, 6:00 AM 10,801 Views 2 Comments

Both countries have strongly denied allegations of corruption and judiciary interference, despite rulings from the ECJ and proceedings by EC.

MEPs, assemble: Could Ireland's MEPs do more to influence Europe?
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MEPs, assemble: Could Ireland's MEPs do more to influence Europe?

Jun 29th 2022, 8:30 PM 6,731 Views 8 Comments

How do we punch above our weight on the European stage? Get into groupings, get specialised and stick around, writes CJ McKinney.

Irish people largely support staying in EU - but many unsure how it works
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Irish people largely support staying in EU - but many unsure how it works

Jun 29th 2022, 12:33 AM 14,615 Views 38 Comments
  • Major survey finds older Irish people much more supportive of EU than those in other European states.
  • Number of Eurosceptics is small but many in general population worry about sovereignty and fisheries.
  • Generational gap on issues is wide as 65+ cohort worries about immigration and young about climate action.
'A preposterous waste of money': Irish MEPs raise concerns over Strasbourg parliament sittings
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'A preposterous waste of money': Irish MEPs raise concerns over Strasbourg parliament sittings

Jun 28th 2022, 12:10 AM 21,919 Views 19 Comments

Independent studies showed that a total of €109 million a year could be saved if all parliament activity was moved to Brussels.

WATCH: Open Newsroom - Ireland and the EU after 50 years together
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WATCH: Open Newsroom - Ireland and the EU after 50 years together

Jun 27th 2022, 8:30 PM 4,324 Views 0 Comments

Watch our webinar on how Ireland found itself at the heart of the EU 50 years ago – and how it’s working for us now.

The Big MEP Questionnaire: What do our Irish MEPs think of the EU?
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The Big MEP Questionnaire: What do our Irish MEPs think of the EU?

Jun 26th 2022, 9:00 PM 20,273 Views 38 Comments
  • All 13 of our MEPs reveal their personal highs and lows of working within the European Parliament.
  • Frustrations include defence issues, pace of progress on climate, and feeling unheard by the Council and Commission.
  • Division among MEPs on whether the EU should have more power - or already has enough.
  • Priorities for next five years range from climate action to mental health to fostering EU businesses.
Does 'constructive Euroscepticism' have a place in the EU?
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Does 'constructive Euroscepticism' have a place in the EU?

Jun 26th 2022, 7:30 AM 9,486 Views 17 Comments

Eurosceptic rhetoric has softened in the wake of Brexit but still allows questions of a less-than-perfect system.

From candidate to Council: the long road ahead of Ukraine in the EU
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From candidate to Council: the long road ahead of Ukraine in the EU

Jun 24th 2022, 9:30 PM 8,904 Views 7 Comments

Vote to make Ukraine an official candidate for the EU hailed as “defining moment” – but the journey has just begun.

QUIZ: How much do you know about the EU and European Parliament?
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QUIZ: How much do you know about the EU and European Parliament?

Jun 22nd 2022, 8:30 PM 25,333 Views 7 Comments

How much do ‘EU’ know?

The Good Information Podcast: The EU and You - how can Irish citizens steer Europe's course?
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The Good Information Podcast: The EU and You - how can Irish citizens steer Europe's course?

Jun 22nd 2022, 10:43 AM 2,623 Views 2 Comments

Where is the EU leading us on climate and common defence?

Open Newsroom Invitation: Ireland and The EU at 50 years
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Open Newsroom Invitation: Ireland and The EU at 50 years

Jun 20th 2022, 9:30 AM 4,286 Views 3 Comments

Join us at 1pm this Thursday to see how it started… and how it’s going.

Voting for MEPs from other countries? It could be on the way
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Voting for MEPs from other countries? It could be on the way

Jun 19th 2022, 8:30 AM 9,887 Views 21 Comments

The proposal would see Ireland retain its 13 MEP seats – but also vote for MEPs in a new pan-European constituency.

The Good Information Podcast: Misinformation - is there still time to win the battle?
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The Good Information Podcast: Misinformation - is there still time to win the battle?

Jun 17th 2022, 12:22 PM 3,408 Views 2 Comments

Are tools such as pre-bunking, strong legislation and public literacy enough to halt disinformation?

The European Parliament has the second largest electorate in the world. How does it actually work?
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The European Parliament has the second largest electorate in the world. How does it actually work?

Jun 16th 2022, 8:00 PM 6,845 Views 8 Comments

Historically, the Parliament lacked legislative power – but the Lisbon Treaty aimed to fix that.

Watch our LIVE event: The EU and You - how young Irish people can prosper as citizens of Europe
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Watch our LIVE event: The EU and You - how young Irish people can prosper as citizens of Europe

Jun 15th 2022, 8:15 PM 5,661 Views 3 Comments

Our youth audience heard from MEPs and European expert on how they work – and challenged them on how EU should tackle issues such as climate change.

Explainer: If you want to go work in another country in the EU, what exactly do you need to know?
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# Work Abroad

Explainer: If you want to go work in another country in the EU, what exactly do you need to know?

Jun 12th 2022, 6:30 AM 15,337 Views 4 Comments

“It’s not the big deal that it would have been 20 years ago.”

Opinion: EU moves to tackle food insecurity cannot be at the expense of others
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Opinion: EU moves to tackle food insecurity cannot be at the expense of others

Jun 11th 2022, 9:30 AM 8,615 Views 6 Comments

Ukraine conflict has exacerbated Covid disruptions and rising costs of energy and fertilisers – and not just in the EU.

The Good Information Podcast: Gender equality - why Ireland is not as equal as it might seem
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The Good Information Podcast: Gender equality - why Ireland is not as equal as it might seem

Jun 10th 2022, 9:39 AM 3,402 Views 6 Comments

How far are Irish women from equality, and what is standing in their way?

Opinion: The four big challenges facing Ireland in its future with the EU
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Opinion: The four big challenges facing Ireland in its future with the EU

Jun 10th 2022, 6:30 AM 14,320 Views 16 Comments

Alexander Conway looks at how Ireland can be involved in the criticial discussions which will shape the next 50 years of the EU.

The Good Information Podcast: Brexit - how it will continue to affect us
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The Good Information Podcast: Brexit - how it will continue to affect us

Jun 8th 2022, 10:42 AM 3,187 Views 0 Comments

Brexit continues to complicate matters in Ireland. Can we overcome it?

Invitation to The Journal Live event in Galway: The EU and You
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Invitation to The Journal Live event in Galway: The EU and You

Jun 7th 2022, 2:45 PM 4,998 Views 0 Comments

Join our expert EU panel to explore what is happening in Europe that Irish citizens – especially our younger generation – should know about.

Poll: Do you vote in European elections?
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Poll: Do you vote in European elections?

Jun 7th 2022, 10:00 AM 20,269 Views 36 Comments

This month, The Good Information Project is looking at the EU and we want to hear from you.

Open thread: What are the best things Ireland has gotten out of being in the EU? And the worst?
# Over To You
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# Over To You

Open thread: What are the best things Ireland has gotten out of being in the EU? And the worst?

Jun 6th 2022, 7:00 PM 22,157 Views 68 Comments

This month, The Good Information Project is looking at the EU and we want to hear from you.

The Good Information Podcast: Climate change - are our targets even ambitious enough?
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The Good Information Podcast: Climate change - are our targets even ambitious enough?

Jun 6th 2022, 4:34 PM 3,374 Views 2 Comments

It’s the issue of our time, and we almost certainly aren’t doing enough.

Ireland + the EU: 50 years after Ireland voted to join, how is the relationship between the two?
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# Special Relationship

Ireland + the EU: 50 years after Ireland voted to join, how is the relationship between the two?

Jun 6th 2022, 7:00 AM 19,020 Views 42 Comments

This month, The Good Information Project is looking at the EU.

More work to be done: The complexities, wins and major problems of the Irish healthcare system
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More work to be done: The complexities, wins and major problems of the Irish healthcare system

Jun 5th 2022, 6:00 PM 11,082 Views 17 Comments

The Good Information Project turned its focus to Ireland’s healthcare system over the past month.

Is Stephen Donnelly's €350m plan to tackle waiting lists this year actually working?
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Is Stephen Donnelly's €350m plan to tackle waiting lists this year actually working?

Jun 4th 2022, 6:30 AM 13,909 Views 28 Comments

“The whole point of waiting lists is that you can’t fix them in a year.”

The good, the bad and the alright: Ireland's healthcare system compared to the rest of the EU
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The good, the bad and the alright: Ireland's healthcare system compared to the rest of the EU

Jun 3rd 2022, 9:00 PM 31,778 Views 43 Comments

Our interactive graphs showing where Ireland ranks compared to other EU countries.

The Good Information Podcast: Migration - a contentious issue facing the EU and Ireland
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The Good Information Podcast: Migration - a contentious issue facing the EU and Ireland

Jun 3rd 2022, 10:01 AM 4,433 Views 3 Comments

Are the EU’s policies towards migration helping those in need – or just the EU?

Opinion: We need to match talk of 'patient revolution' with Chief Patient Officer role
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# Patient Advocacy

Opinion: We need to match talk of 'patient revolution' with Chief Patient Officer role

Jun 1st 2022, 7:00 PM 7,391 Views 2 Comments

Patients have been kept on the outside of their healthcare experience; they should be promoted to educators and decision-makers.

Watch our LIVE event: How to build gender and sex equity in healthcare
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Watch our LIVE event: How to build gender and sex equity in healthcare

May 31st 2022, 9:55 AM 3,515 Views 0 Comments

Peggy Maguire, Director of the European Institute of Women’s Health, on a quarter century of fighting for more data, more presence and more voice for women in health.

The Good Information Podcast: Making public transport accessible, sustainable and efficient
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The Good Information Podcast: Making public transport accessible, sustainable and efficient

May 30th 2022, 9:42 AM 3,017 Views 1 Comment

Frequent, local and affordable: how to make public transport work.

'Will we leave people behind or not?': How climate change is likely to impact people's health in Ireland
# Impact
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'Will we leave people behind or not?': How climate change is likely to impact people's health in Ireland

May 28th 2022, 1:00 PM 6,466 Views 1 Comment

Ireland has been shielded so far from the worst effects of the climate crisis, but there are still warning signs ahead.

WATCH: Open Newsroom - The power of patient advocacy in healthcare
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# Patient Power

WATCH: Open Newsroom - The power of patient advocacy in healthcare

May 27th 2022, 7:00 PM 4,866 Views 1 Comment

Watch our Open Newsroom session on how the patient advocacy movement could revolutionise health services – if they are listened to.

The Good Information Podcast: Ireland's housing crisis - will it ever end?
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The Good Information Podcast: Ireland's housing crisis - will it ever end?

May 27th 2022, 1:36 PM 4,795 Views 11 Comments

The housing crisis is perhaps the most severe problem facing Ireland today. Is there any end in sight?

'I’ve never seen morale so broken': What one change do healthcare workers want to improve the system?
# Health In Ireland
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# Health In Ireland

'I’ve never seen morale so broken': What one change do healthcare workers want to improve the system?

May 27th 2022, 12:05 AM 19,040 Views 25 Comments
  • The Irish healthcare system is frequently hit with criticism and suggestions for how it can be improved.
  • Progress on the overhaul of the system is continuing but has been slow.
  • We asked workers and those familiar with the sector what one change they would like to see put into place.
The Good Information Podcast: China, The EU and You
# CHINA-AND-IRELAND
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# CHINA-AND-IRELAND

The Good Information Podcast: China, The EU and You

May 25th 2022, 10:30 AM 2,740 Views 1 Comment

The Good Information Podcast looks at the evolving relationship between Ireland, the EU and China.

'The belief that being a doctor is a vocation and all else must be sacrificed… that mentality is waning'
# Industrial Action
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# Industrial Action

'The belief that being a doctor is a vocation and all else must be sacrificed… that mentality is waning'

May 24th 2022, 8:00 PM 19,731 Views 11 Comments

Non-consultant hospital doctors are currently balloting on whether to take industrial action over their working conditions.

Easy as ABC? Solving Ireland's lethal Acute Bed Capacity crisis
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# State Of Emergency

Easy as ABC? Solving Ireland's lethal Acute Bed Capacity crisis

May 24th 2022, 12:04 AM 12,396 Views 14 Comments
  • Inpatient bed numbers among lowest in EU and nowhere near demand predicted by capacity reviews
  • Maria Delaney of investigative platform Noteworthy examines why despite overcrowding constantly being reported, hundreds of people continue to die
  • Full capacity protocol activated weekly at University Hospital Limerick, often resulting in cancelled ops
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