Captivity – Civil War – podcast 30 Jun 2023; posted by editor - General, Human Rights, Interviews
The Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin T.D. has launched the fifth episode in the Mná 100 podcast series, titled Captivity – Civil War, as part of the Decade of Centenaries Programme 2012-2023. This episode continues the story of women imprisoned, following the photo-essay ‘Inside Out’ which was first published by Mná100 in February, in partnership with the City of Dublin Education Unit and Training Board Education Centre at Mountjoy Prison. This podcast looks in more detail at the lives of those ‘suspect women’, who were arrested and imprisoned in 1922 and 1923.
Irish Neutrality League launches on UN International Day of Peace 21 Sep 2022; posted by editor - General, International
The Irish Anti-War Movement (IAWM) announced today that the Irish Neutrality League (INL) was formally launched, coinciding with the United Nations International Day of Peace, Wednesday 21st September.
Basic Income for the Arts pilot scheme launched 06 Apr 2022; posted by editor - Arts
The Irish Government has launched a new and pioneering pilot scheme to support artists and creative arts workers. The Basic Income for the Arts pilot scheme will examine, over a three year period, the impact of a basic income on artists and creative arts workers. Payments of €325 per week will be made to 2,000 eligible artists and creative arts workers who will be selected at random and invited to take part. The scheme will open for applications on April 12.