Foreign Committee Policy Paper There is a general sense of shock seen in academia related to the Middle … Continue reading Could the Arab Spring have been predicted?
A data analysis by Patrick Prizeman “To what extent does age affect left-right political orientation?” This article will look at … Continue reading Does age have an influence on an individual’s likelihood to lean left or right on the political spectrum?
The rise of the far-right, nationalist and racist parties in Europe is the last warning for the European Institutions Written … Continue reading Nationalism: How the Economic Crisis evoked the ‘mythical’ past of the 1930s
One in nine people in the world were suffering from chronic malnourishment during 2014 – 2016. It is estimated that 795 million people are suffering from severe hunger and malnutrition globally today. Every year, 1.3 billion tonnes of food, (approximately a third of all that is produced), is wasted. Broken down, it is: 45% of all fruit and vegetables, 35% of fish and seafood, 30% of all cereals, 20% of dairy products and 20% of meat. Continue reading Food wastage – Exclusive Interview with Arash Derambarsh -What Ireland needs to consider when it comes to banning food wastage?
Last night, RTE released a investigative documentary that was centered on the hospital waiting list scandal. –Click Here – … Continue reading Ireland’s hospital waiting list – Cut The List
All chemicals which came after 1976 are allowed enter the market unless the EPA can establish “unreasonable risk.” The agency only has 90 days to make a decision, who rarely have all the toxicity data it needs. Therefore all substances that the industry want to sell are allowed go on to the market. Continue reading Toxic chemical legislation is REACHing an all time low
The ‘Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement’ (CETA) is a free trade agreement currently being finalised between the EU and Canada. … Continue reading CETA – The average modern day free trade agreement