In the first of a series exploring lesser known forms of gender-based violence, Sibeal Devilly looks at incel culture origins and impacts across society
2021 was a mesmerising and consequential year in US politics. Business & Politics editor Sean Creagh sums up the biggest stories
STAND News Editor Ellen McVeigh looks at the facts behind the 10,000 Students #FreetheFlow Campaign, and talks to menstrual justice advocates about the importance of raising awareness about period poverty
Abi O’Callaghan-Platt from VOICE Ireland leads the Ditch the Disposables workshop for the #FreeTheFlow campaign.
STAND + USI’s #FreeTheFlow is featured in IT Carlow’s Students Weekly. & Development Education.ie. Read more.
We interview Candice Chirwa, a South African speaker, academic and menstruation activist about the ‘taboo topic’ of periods and what steps people can take to demand menstruation justice now.
Charlotte Waldron takes a look at the US-EU relationship and how recent shifts in US foreign policy could impact the EU’s global standing.
STAND News Interviews live from Glasgow! We catch up with USI’s Caoimhe O’Carroll and chat about her experience so far at the climate conference, COP26.
USI’s Caoimhe O’Carroll shares insights as she prepares to join world leaders, activists, and more at the United Nations’ Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland.
Emily Savage interviews Cameron Keighron, a PhD NUI Galway student. Cameron chats about exploring their sexual orientation and gender identity throughout their undergraduate and postgraduate time on campus, and the variant forms these expressions and experiences have taken over time. In this episode, they also reflect on positive changes that have occurred for students both on campus and nationally, where further work is needed and offers advice to any student who may be going through a similar experience.