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Remember Slavery – Not a Thing of the Past

By Andreina Gonzalez / March 25, 2019

Every year on March 25, the International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade offers the opportunity to honour and remember those who suffered and died at the hands of the brutal slavery system and it is a reminder to work against all forms of modern slavery. From the mid-fifteenth […]

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World Water Day – Water For All

By Andreina Gonzalez / March 22, 2019

World Water Day is celebrated on March 22 across the world by the United Nations. It is about tackling the water crisis by addressing the reasons why so many people are being left behind. As sad and unfair as it sounds, today, millions of people have their access denied to life-saving clean water, decent toilets […]

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Top 3 Events for March 22nd

By Juliane Girl / March 22, 2019

Chat Bot, Art Bot, Book Bot – AI in Arts and Education Artificial Intelligence affects all societies around the globe. From March 21-23 2019 the Goethe-Institut Irland will facilitate talks and discussions about the developments, chances and challenges facing us in how AI-technologies affect the activities of cultural organizations in arts and education and you […]

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World Poetry Day – from big to new names

By Andreina Gonzalez / March 21, 2019

World Poetry Day is celebrated on March 21 and was declared by UNESCO in 1999. Its purpose is to promote the reading, writing, publishing and teaching of poetry throughout the world. “Poetry speaks to our common humanity and our shared values, transforming the simplest of poems into a powerful catalyst for dialogue and peace” – […]

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International Day of Happiness – Smile today

By Andreina Gonzalez / March 20, 2019

Did you know that today is the International Day of Happiness? Well, according to the United Nations it is. Since 2013, the UN has celebrated March 20 as a way to recognise the importance of happiness in the lives of people around the world. For UNESCO, among the things that bring happiness and joy to […]

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Cyclone Idai devastates Mozambique

By Juliane Girl / March 20, 2019

Cyclone Idai has devastated large parts of Mozambique, Malawi, and Zimbabwe last week. According to the UN, it was the worst catastrophe caused by weather conditions in the southern hemisphere with millions of people being directly affected by the storm. The Mozambique city of Beira had been hit the worst during the disaster. As parts […]

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St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2019

By Andreina Gonzalez / March 18, 2019

Ireland and the world celebrated yesterday (March 17) St Patrick’s Day 2019 with parades, parties and endless activities. This year around half a million attendees were estimated in Dublin city. This Festival is a monumental occasion for Ireland. More than 3,000 people took part in the country’s largest St Patrick’s Day parade, celebrating Irish storytelling. […]

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Christchurch mosque massacre

By Andreina Gonzalez / March 15, 2019

A gun attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, during afternoon prayers has left 49 people dead   Forty-nine people have been killed and another 48 hurt after mass shootings at two Christchurch mosques in what has been described as the worst evil attack on New Zealand. The police reported the attacks developed today […]

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Cold Pursuit – Movie review

By Andreina Gonzalez / March 14, 2019

This week I went to see another movie. And the truth is, I went for the popcorn. I am not going to lie. Liam Neeson movies are not my cup of tea. I do believe he is a very talented actor but the whole revenge bloody action movies are not for me. However, I was […]

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Irish Myths: Oisín and Tír na nÓg

By Juliane Girl / March 13, 2019

Ireland is known for its rich heritage of mythological tales and ancient symbols. In Irish mythology, tales are usually put into four periods. The first one is called the Mythological Cycle that mainly comprises pre-Christian stories of the god-like early settlers of Ireland, the Tuatha Dé Danann. The second, the Ulster Cycle, focuses on heroic […]

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