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by Róisín McKane

Women in the EU are 3.6 times more likely than men to suffer from unwanted sexual attention in the workplace according to new research.


Minister James Browne has refuted suggestions that plans for Wexford hospital unit are ‘going backwards’ following delays. Read more on that here.


Incidents of discrimination at work quadrupled last year, according to latest figures from the Irish Network Against Racism.


The Times reports that a rights-based decision support service is due to come into operation in April under a landmark law abolishing the “archaic” wards of court system.


Dublin Bus drivers are at the brink of no longer stopping at overloaded stops in the city centre due to ongoing capacity and security issues. Read more on that here.


An finally, issues around accommodating refugees are the result of years of the State failing to take international protection responsibilities seriously, according to a professor who specialises in migrant integration.




The Eagles bring us zen this morning. Best of my love is 48 years old this week. 


Have a good day folks.



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