Here are the changes needed to ensure it doesn’t, writes an Irish Council for Civil Liberties representative due to speak about Dara’s case at the Oireachtas Justice Committee today.
Tag: Dara Quigley
Family “Bitterly Disappointed” Garda Likely to Avoid Criminal Prosecution for Dara Quigley Filming
“Naturally we would have hoped for more. We would have hoped to feel that there was some accountability and transparency,” said Aileen Malone, mother of activist and journalist Dara Quigley, who died in April 2017.
Dara: In Dublin’s Art Spaces, Our Voices Are Getting Louder
The arts, although saturated with middle-class voices, are getting an infusion of working-class blood. It’s an exciting moment for our society.
Dara: We’re Broke But We’re Funny and Smart
Rising rents mean single parents are being forced further and further away from those who can support them. They are “austerity nomads”.
Dara: Every Addict Has the Right to a Better Life
With every meal, every class of tai chi, every day I don’t pay some dickhead €20 to feel like a human being, I’m reclaiming my right to pride and dignity.
Dara: On the Sound of Fighting for Your Own Culture
When you isolate people, they start to form their own societies, receiving legitimacy from each other instead of the dominant culture. Enter Dublin hip-hop, writes Dara Quigley.
Dara: With Deprivation Rising, the Community Has Stepped Up to Help
The government lacks the self-awareness to realise that Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton should be turning up at the closings of food banks, not the openings.
Dara: 6 Years Suffering the Violence of 1,000 Economic Cuts
These days – the poor, the working poor, the working class, the middle-class – almost all of us are screwed. The wealth is trickling upwards to a very few.
Dara: Without Money to Spend, Dublin’s City Centre Is a Hostile Place
Dara Quigley asks why, for those with little spare cash, Dublin’s centre is so unwelcoming. And why do we put up with it?