Irish feminists need to mobilise for a post-pandemic future built on an ethic of public care

By Pauline Cullen and Mary Murphy, Maynooth University Women’s voices in Ireland have not been heard during the pandemic. Covid Women’s Voices, a diverse range of female workers observe daily the gendered realities of the pandemic and call for publicly funded childcare for frontline workers, in-person schooling for children of essential workers, and special protections for care workers…

Opinion polls and civil war politics

By Shane Reynolds, PhD Student, Department of Politics and Public Administration, University of Limerick This weekend’s Sunday Business Post/Red C Opinion Poll, a year on from the first case of Covid in Ireland and slightly over a year since the 2020 general election, follows trends that have become apparent over the last year. The Irish Polling…