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Sisters are doing it for themselves

Georgina Francis reviews Saoirse Anton and Aine Palmer’s production of Eve Ansler’s famous 1996 play

The Vagina Monologues was a profound and intriguing experience which I will undoubtedly remember for the rest of my life. Directed by Saoirse Anton and Aine Palmer each monologue was witty with a serious message performed by a passionate group …

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Women in the workplace

Una Power, Nadia Reeves Long and Vickey Curtis discuss gender quotas, female participation and gender bias in the workplace at an event co-hosted by two Trinity students

International Women’s Week continued with its slogan #BeBoldForChange with an event co-hosted by two individual students, Aislinn Brennan and Estelle Reeves Long, breaking the trend of a society-dominated week. More of an informal panel discussion in comparison to other events,


Neoliberalism, capitalism and modern feminism: Dr. Sinead Kennedy addresses third-wave feminism’s “unhealthy relationship with capitalism”

DU Gender Equality and Trinity Socialist Workers’ Student Society welcomed the Maynooth University lecturer as she addressed the issue of women’s liberation in the context of liberal feminism

On Thursday night the Dublin University Gender Equality society and the Trinity Socialist Workers’ Student Society  held an event entitled “Women’s Liberation in the Age of Neoliberalism”. The guest speaker at the event was Dr. Sinead Kennedy of Maynooth University,


President of the Phil recalls history of society women for International Women’s Week

Paper addressed structural difficulties in college societies for women

Fionn McGorry

 Staff Writer

Billed as one of the headline events of International Women’s Week, Rosalind Ní Shúilleabháin, President of the Phil, presented a paper to the Bram Stoker Club last Wednesday on the topic of women in the society.