How Ireland's Racism Against Travelers Leads to Isolation and Inequality
Ireland may have voted to legalize same-sex marriage earlier this year, but it still has plenty of ground to cover when it comes to its poorest ethnic minority population.
Easter Weekend Was a Reminder That Half-Assed Catholics Are Holding Ireland Back
While attitudes around some important issues are changing, Ireland's deep-rooted Catholicism and unwillingness to banish its most toxic aspects are keeping the country stuck in the 20th century.
Why Are British and Irish Suicide Hotspots Allowed to Exist?
Stopping people from committing suicide is a complex task, but local governments should do more to dissuade people from jumping off bridges and in front of trains.