With just 1 more sleep and more importantly only 1 shopping day (!!!) left (keep track of your sleeps and shopping days), “It’s beginning to
There have been problems in Syria for years that featured in news but it was news that rarely reached young people. Over the summer, this
Lynda Kelly’s blog was the overall 2015 winner of the Trinity College Dublin and developmenteducation.ie Development Issues blog series. The shortlist of blogs will be
Technology has changed activism. From public opinion campaigns to e-petitions, technology has changed the meaning of activism, and created a new sphere of online action
The What in the Word? series is back on RTE next week, thanks to the folks at KMF Productions. Get watching!
On the 23rd of April this year, I gave birth to my first child, a healthy little boy who arrived 4 days later than expected.
‘Meanwhile in other parts of the world, events continue…’; cue solemn-faced rugby player reminding us that while the World Cup goes on millions remain hungry
Ah yes, this blog fell (unfortunately) onto my lap. Growing up as a child we had a Jetta, a Golf, a Polo and of course
Now at the tender age of just 14 years, beloved by students and ‘instant experts’, intensely disliked by many teachers and examiners; refuge of lazy