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# Women

Last month
March 2024
Opinion: Do women really support other women when it counts?
Niamh O'Reilly
Former president Mary McAleese calls for double Yes vote in referendums
This year
Niamh O'Reilly: I looked around the rage room I'd just trashed and had the urge to tidy up
Niamh O'Reilly
TD will 'take her chances' with current 'women in the home' wording rather than 'wishy washy' replacement
Last year
Number of women diagnosed with HIV doubles amid 68% increase in overall cases
Women with cancer will be able to defer maternity leave under new legislation
Monaghan and McMahon appointed Ireland co-captains
Two referendums on gender equality and family expected to take place next year
CSO: Nearly one in five CEOs in Ireland are women
Two referendums instead of one may be required on gender equality with 'tight' November timeline
Only seven women have been inducted into the Defence Forces this year
Further engagement promised with Women of Honour after draft terms of reference circulated
Obstetrician: 'Some women with Hyperemesis are choosing not to continue with their pregnancy'
Debunked: Deceptive leaflet distributed in Dublin telling ‘girls to stay indoors’ is a hoax
Micheál Martin to receive Women of Honour report today
Bad Bridget: Uncovering the secret lives of Ireland's emigrant women
Elaine Farrell and Leanne McCormick
Women of Honour group have received no updates and await independent report
All time
Spain decries 'dreadful' spike in murders of women
Aid bodies suspend Afghanistan operations after ban on women aid workers
Afghan women stopped from entering universities after Taliban ban
Women who suffer severe pregnancy sickness to have access to drug free of charge from January
Majority of Irish people agree that pornography is harming society, Women's Aid report finds
New scheme to allow councillor appoint temporary substitute while on maternity leave
Collapse of NI institutions impacting on gender-based violence legislation being passed
Historic tour a huge positive for Ireland but the hard work is still ahead
Taliban violently disperse rare women's protest in Kabul
Ireland's men's and women's 7s teams have qualified for the World Cup
Assault causing harm sentence to double from 5 to 10 years under new domestic violence strategy
The Good Information Podcast: Gender equality - why Ireland is not as equal as it might seem
Taoiseach denies 'sham' debate and says arguments against NMH move to St Vincent's 'didn't hold up'
Taoiseach ‘more than willing’ to offer State apology for illegal birth registrations
'All lawfully permitted procedures', including abortion, to be allowed in new NMH, minister says
Stephen Donnelly confirms opening of two additional specialist menopause clinics
Six stamps in new Centenary collection will honour Irish sportswomen
Govt one step closer to giving severe illness during pregnancy drug free of charge
The Explainer: What can Ireland do to become a safer place for women?
Quiz: How much do you know about gender equality in Ireland?
'They've got this really good squad of athletic, skillful players now'
Open Newsroom: Gender equality, Ireland, the EU and you
From Article 41.2 to the X Case: An A-Z of pivotal policy moments in Irish women's history