Monthly Archives: December 2014

Anne Harris’ piece for Sunday Independent

A piece of note tonight,  an observation on feminism,  ‘The Kerry Babies’ and the Mairia Cahill story written beautifully by Anne Harris in her last column for the Sunday Independent. ‘Freedom that lies at the heart of feminism is still

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Ann Allan : 1966

In August 1966 I returned from my exchange holiday in France. The exchange bit hadn’t really sunk in until I got home. I guess I hadn’t really thought it through but soon realised that it was up to me to

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Mairia Cahill : Virtual bullies and the cruelty streak.

Remember the school playground?  All the little cliques of children, forming their way in the world, learning through interaction with others what was socially acceptable, and what wasn’t. Most grew up to be rounded individuals, contributing something useful to society

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