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'We needed more beds, we still need more beds': Will lessons be learned from the pandemic?
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'We needed more beds, we still need more beds': Will lessons be learned from the pandemic?

Tue 12:05 AM 8,300 Views 11 Comments

With Ireland now in a different phase of the Covid-19 pandemic, will lessons be learned from the crisis gone by?

Why we emigrated: Irish healthcare professionals on what pushed them to leave
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Why we emigrated: Irish healthcare professionals on what pushed them to leave

Mon 12:05 AM 35,839 Views 25 Comments
  • The problem is not unique to Ireland but there are a lot of push factors in the Irish healthcare system, according to staff
  • The situation is radically different in other countries, say nurses, doctors and physios who have left Ireland
  • " I was in a theatre all day with one surgeon and I worked every day with him for a year and he didn’t know my name."
More than half of people in Ireland think that healthcare is getting worse
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More than half of people in Ireland think that healthcare is getting worse

Sun 12:05 AM 15,732 Views 36 Comments
  • People on lower incomes and without health insurance were most likely to say that Ireland's healthcare system is worsening
  • People earning over €80,000 were most likely to say that the system has stayed the same
  • However, responses were split when it came to people's individual experiences of the system, reports Jack White
Open Thread:  What one change would you like to see in the Irish healthcare system?
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Open Thread: What one change would you like to see in the Irish healthcare system?

May 10th 2022, 8:00 PM 14,735 Views 79 Comments

This month, The Good Information Project is looking at healthcare in Ireland and we want to hear from you.

Can Ireland's health system be fixed, or is it beyond repair?
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Can Ireland's health system be fixed, or is it beyond repair?

May 8th 2022, 8:30 AM 16,800 Views 33 Comments

This month, The Good Information Project will take a look at healthcare in Ireland.

The Explainer: In the age of disinformation and misinformation, how does factchecking work?
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The Explainer: In the age of disinformation and misinformation, how does factchecking work?

May 5th 2022, 6:00 PM 3,064 Views 0 Comments

The Good Information Project has been looking at the fight against misinfo and disinfo, and this week on the podcast we’re taking a look at how factchecking and how it works.

Open Thread: How have you been affected by false information?
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Open Thread: How have you been affected by false information?

Apr 7th 2022, 8:00 PM 8,036 Views 58 Comments

We want to hear about how disinformation and misinformation have popped up in your life. What effect has dodgy information had on you and your loved ones?

The Explainer: Is there a significant revival of the Irish language underway?
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The Explainer: Is there a significant revival of the Irish language underway?

Apr 7th 2022, 6:57 PM 5,456 Views 9 Comments

Listen here for a discussion on how interest sa Ghaeilge is flourishing, and how the State can harness that.

Are we winning the fight against misinformation?
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Are we winning the fight against misinformation?

Apr 6th 2022, 8:00 AM 8,469 Views 26 Comments

Is it even winnable at all? Or is false information just a fact of life now?

Dóchas agus dúchas: Hope and history need to rhyme for the Irish language to thrive
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Dóchas agus dúchas: Hope and history need to rhyme for the Irish language to thrive

Apr 3rd 2022, 6:01 PM 9,882 Views 15 Comments

We’ve spent the last few weeks assessing the health of the language and what it means to society.

There are plans for an Irish Language Quarter in Dublin. How would it work?
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There are plans for an Irish Language Quarter in Dublin. How would it work?

Apr 1st 2022, 6:01 AM 22,796 Views 46 Comments

The capital has a large community of Irish speakers and there are efforts to harness this.

From love-bombing to Covid-19, how Irish words are made and published
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From love-bombing to Covid-19, how Irish words are made and published

Mar 31st 2022, 8:00 PM 10,611 Views 4 Comments

And how you can suggest one yourself, too.

'Our moonshot vision is to win an international Oscar for an Irish language film'
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'Our moonshot vision is to win an international Oscar for an Irish language film'

Mar 28th 2022, 1:15 PM 7,958 Views 1 Comment

The prospect is perhaps closer than ever before.

'I’ve never had such a long waiting list': Irish colleges ready for long awaited return
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'I’ve never had such a long waiting list': Irish colleges ready for long awaited return

Mar 26th 2022, 7:00 AM 20,194 Views 4 Comments

It’s been a long couple of years for Gaeltacht areas without the annual influx of students.

Like, follow, share: the social media stars making Irish shine
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Like, follow, share: the social media stars making Irish shine

Mar 24th 2022, 2:45 PM 10,502 Views 6 Comments

Young Irish speakers are engaging a whole new audience with the language online.

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Mar 16th 2022, 12:15 PM 30 Views 0 Comments

Our 18-month project dives deep into the issues that affect Irish citizens and our place in the EU.

Poll: Would you like to speak more Irish in your daily life?
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Poll: Would you like to speak more Irish in your daily life?

Mar 16th 2022, 10:00 AM 33,483 Views 49 Comments

An bhfuil Gaeilge agat?

Two-thirds support more Irish in daily life as young people increasingly link language and identity
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Two-thirds support more Irish in daily life as young people increasingly link language and identity

Mar 16th 2022, 6:30 AM 16,406 Views 43 Comments
  • Over half of people speak some Irish but are not confident enough to try TG4 or RnaG.
  • Two-thirds of 18-24 year-olds feel the language is 'important' or 'very important' to identity compared to just over half of 55-64 year olds.
  • The highest language fluency at 27% was people aged 18-24, dropping to 20% among 35-44 year-olds.
Open Thread: How has your relationship with the Irish language evolved?
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Open Thread: How has your relationship with the Irish language evolved?

Mar 14th 2022, 7:00 PM 9,246 Views 42 Comments

Are you a born-again Gaeilgeoir or just not interested after your time in school? We want to hear from you.

Beatha teanga í a labhairt: Is the Irish language thriving or merely surviving?
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Beatha teanga í a labhairt: Is the Irish language thriving or merely surviving?

Mar 14th 2022, 8:30 AM 10,125 Views 22 Comments

The Good Information Project wants you to join the discussion.

Privacy, decentralisation and regulation - what we can expect to change on the internet?
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Privacy, decentralisation and regulation - what we can expect to change on the internet?

Mar 6th 2022, 6:00 PM 9,776 Views 2 Comments

We’ve spent the last few weeks attempting to answer if Ireland and Europe are ready for the new digital age.

'We don't want to leave anybody behind': How ready is Ireland for the digital transition?
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'We don't want to leave anybody behind': How ready is Ireland for the digital transition?

Mar 5th 2022, 1:00 PM 19,830 Views 9 Comments

Ireland has some big targets to hit in the next eight years when it comes to getting people and workforces online. Will it happen?

Is the metaverse the internet of the future? Or 'an old idea that's never worked'?
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Is the metaverse the internet of the future? Or 'an old idea that's never worked'?

Feb 21st 2022, 8:00 PM 18,688 Views 24 Comments

“The world will see the metaverse for what it is: mostly lame,” says one critic.

Poll: Irish people split over whether to trust State bodies with facial recognition
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Poll: Irish people split over whether to trust State bodies with facial recognition

Feb 19th 2022, 9:00 AM 16,988 Views 26 Comments

Over 40% of people said they would not trust any of the groups or organisations listed to use the technology responsibly.

Quotas, campaigns and new legislation - what's next for gender equality in Ireland?
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Quotas, campaigns and new legislation - what's next for gender equality in Ireland?

Feb 6th 2022, 7:00 PM 11,384 Views 25 Comments

The Good Information Project has spent the last four weeks focusing on work in Ireland and the EU to bring us closer to gender equality.

Elizabeth, Julia, Rosie: Rewriting the women erased from Irish history
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Elizabeth, Julia, Rosie: Rewriting the women erased from Irish history

Feb 6th 2022, 5:26 PM 15,914 Views 6 Comments

The Good Information Project finds we have to look back in order to move forward in gender equality.

Explainer: What would Fine Gael's proposed gender quotas on boards actually do for business?
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Explainer: What would Fine Gael's proposed gender quotas on boards actually do for business?

Feb 5th 2022, 8:00 PM 13,908 Views 39 Comments

Some experts say that its success in addressing wider gender imbalances in business may be limited.

Would it work here? The countries finding success in key aspects of childcare
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Would it work here? The countries finding success in key aspects of childcare

Feb 3rd 2022, 1:00 PM 8,425 Views 9 Comments

As part of a Noteworthy and The Good Information Project deep-dive into childcare, we look to how other countries are managing the sector.

Increased State spend on childcare 'not enough' to solve crisis for parents and providers
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Increased State spend on childcare 'not enough' to solve crisis for parents and providers

Feb 3rd 2022, 12:01 AM 14,547 Views 11 Comments
  • Cost of childcare in Ireland is among the highest in the EU and parental leave entitlements among the worst, writes Peter McGuire.
  • This Noteworthy and The Good Information Project deep-dive finds that planned State investment will not deliver a sustainable, universal, model of care.
  • While the ECCE preschool scheme deemed a success, care for under-3s and primary school children is inconsistent.
'It's put me off having more kids': Your stories of childcare in Ireland during the pandemic
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'It's put me off having more kids': Your stories of childcare in Ireland during the pandemic

Jan 31st 2022, 6:30 AM 30,599 Views 24 Comments

We asked parents to share their stories. Here’s what they told us.

Jan O'Sullivan: Decisions in the Dáil affect us all, which is why it needs more women
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Jan O'Sullivan: Decisions in the Dáil affect us all, which is why it needs more women

Jan 29th 2022, 7:00 PM 10,708 Views 15 Comments

Quotas alone will not bring about equality of representation writes former Labour TD Jan O’Sullivan.

Poll: Should there be a network of State-run childcare centres?
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Poll: Should there be a network of State-run childcare centres?

Jan 28th 2022, 9:30 AM 28,805 Views 57 Comments

The need for affordable childcare has consistently been highlighted as an issue for working parents.

Ireland's gender pay gap is better than the EU average - what else can be done to fix it?
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# Lot Done More To Do

Ireland's gender pay gap is better than the EU average - what else can be done to fix it?

Jan 24th 2022, 8:00 PM 14,704 Views 73 Comments

“I think there’s [still] a lot of confusion. A lot of people make reference to equal pay, and that’s been enshrined in legislation since the mid-70s.”

Clodagh Finn: Let's look at what women did in history, not what they weren't allowed to do
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Clodagh Finn: Let's look at what women did in history, not what they weren't allowed to do

Jan 23rd 2022, 9:30 AM 15,315 Views 14 Comments

Author Clodagh Finn on the women who are too often relegated to the footnotes of history.

'I wasn't prepared for this': Experts say online abuse against women increased during pandemic
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'I wasn't prepared for this': Experts say online abuse against women increased during pandemic

Jan 23rd 2022, 12:05 AM 27,033 Views 41 Comments
  • Recent research pointed to higher levels of abuse towards female politicians in Ireland compared to their male counterparts, Michelle Hennessy reports.
  • One local councillor shared her experience of receiving inappropriate messages from a man on Facebook.
  • Research shows these types of negative online experiences lead to self-censoring by women.
What kind of difficulties have you faced with childcare? We want to hear your story
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What kind of difficulties have you faced with childcare? We want to hear your story

Jan 21st 2022, 9:57 AM 8,072 Views 0 Comments

Whatever your situation is, we want to hear what change you’d like to see to the current childcare system.

Just one in five people in Ireland believe women are treated equally in the home
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Just one in five people in Ireland believe women are treated equally in the home

Jan 20th 2022, 12:05 AM 27,531 Views 62 Comments
  • Just 13% of women polled think women are treated equally in the home, Michelle Hennessy reports.
  • One in five people believe women and men are treated equally in Irish society.
  • Universal State-funded childcare and increased penalties for violence and abuse of women were cited as the top priorities for achieving gender equality.
Open Thread: Have you experienced gendered abuse or harassment online?
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Open Thread: Have you experienced gendered abuse or harassment online?

Jan 10th 2022, 7:00 PM 10,637 Views 14 Comments

We want to hear your stories.

Are we there yet? The Good Information Project focuses on gender equality
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Are we there yet? The Good Information Project focuses on gender equality

Jan 10th 2022, 8:00 AM 8,344 Views 12 Comments

We want you to join the discussion.

More than half of people in Ireland think less of Britain since Brexit
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More than half of people in Ireland think less of Britain since Brexit

Dec 18th 2021, 12:05 AM 29,173 Views 73 Comments
  • 63% of people say their view of Britain has changed since it left the EU, new polling has found.
  • Of those, 95% say it has changed for the worse, Lauren Boland reports.
  • Green Party and Social Democrat voters are especially likely to say their views on Britain have changed since Brexit.
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