International Womens Day comes around each year on the eighth of March, provoking a series of events headlined by women, hashtags and quotes from a feminist icons. Partaking in the celebration is a joy and a privilege but understanding what International Women’s Day is and what it means can be confusing. There are many stereotypes projected on the day and deciding which if any applies to you can be confusing.
This article will discuss the past four general election results for the respective parties in Ireland. We will briefly analyse the results for each party and the impact the results have had on the parties and the country as a whole.
It is not even conceivable to our mere mortal minds the sheer impact one band can have on decades of music and the building of an entire century-defining music scene. From four unassumingly goofy looking Boston hailing college kids came the most important albums of the early alternative music scenes, essentially forever laying the bedrock foundations for future musician and fans to geekedly obsess over and almost constant attempts to replicate their greatness.
While in Ireland we will be celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day at home for the second consecutive year, the Dutch electorate will head to the polls. Let’s have a look at who the main parties are;
EU warn UK over Breach of International Law
In the United States, 29 states are still yet to outlaw LGBTQI+ discrimination in their jurisdictions. The Equality Act has been drawn up to be added to the 1964 Civil Rights Act, signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964.