According to Census 2016, those with a qualification in Education had the lowest unemployment rateLauren Boland
The unemployment rate for Arts, and Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction students fell between 2011 and 2016 according to Census 2016 figures released today.
Unemployment rates fell the most between 2011 and 2016 for those with a qualification in Engineering, Manufacturing …
Efforts should instead focus on depoliticising the language, and encouraging cross-community promotionHarry Downes
Four months after the Assembly election in March, Northern Ireland still has no devolved government. A long-running dispute behind the political deadlock concerns the introduction of an Irish Language Act. While Irish has official status as a national …
The scheme includes further commitments to promoting the Irish language within TrinityAisling Grace
Trinity’s third Irish Language Scheme came into effect at the beginning of this month, following approval of the Board and the Minister of Arts, Heritage and Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht affairs.
The third of Trinity’s Irish Language Schemes extends from …
The Glór naGael award for best Irish language student society was presented by Michael D. Higgins this weekSarah Meehan
Trinity’s Irish language society, An Cumann Gaelach, has won the Glór na nGael national competition for best Irish language student society for the fifth time, having previously won first prize in 2012, 2013, 2014 and again in 2016. President of …
In the run-up to the assembly elections in Northern Ireland, Patrick Higgins looks at the current relationship between Sinn FÃ©in and the DUP.Patrick Higgins
The praise of Martin McGuiness upon his withdrawal from frontline politics from unionists and nationalists alike, along with comments made by Gerry Adams about the advancement of a “new generation” upon the promotion of Michele O’Neill of Sinn Fein made …
Tar éis an Oireachtas, labhraíonn eagarthóir Trinity Life Úna Ní Artaigh le Ciarán Wadd ón Chumann chun solas a scoith ar saol an Ghaeilge ar champasUna Harty
“It is a bit sad though that English speakers go there not even attempting to speak Irish. How hard is it to say “pionta Guinness le do thoil”?”
Bhuaileas le Ciarán Wadd, Leas-Reachtaire an Chumainn, atá ina thriú bliain dena …
Pléann Trinity News deiseanna fostaíochta sa Ghaeilge faoi láthair agus sa todhchaíMia Ní Challaráin
Tá an Ghaeilge mar theanga oifigeach an tAontas Eorpach le linn naoi mbliana anuas ach, cé go bhfuil stádas oifigúla aici, ní teanga ‘oibreatha’ í. Sé sin ráite, níl ar an tAontas Eorpach, seirbhisí aistriúcháin nó seirbhísí teangacha a chur …
Féidhlim Mac Róibín argues that the bitter attitude towards the Irish language is rooted in deep national self-doubtEditor
Identity politics are universally fraught.
Ireland is not alone in having bitter disagreements in relation to language policy; however, it is unusual that the disagreements do not form along the lines of two cultural traditions, but that rather the intensity …