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Tax Is Back In recent weeks the debate around the Irish tax system has re-emerged on the global stage, following the latest agreement amongst OECD countries to align global corporate [...]
It’s Pride Month Ireland has seen an unprecedented social transformation in the last two decades. One of the big milestones was the same-sex marriage referendum in 2015 which made Ireland [...]
Ireland’s accidental Europeanisation When the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) was established in 1952, it had one main goal; to integrate the six founding members’ economies so as to [...]
Urban Redevelopment Covid-19 has cast a light on flaws and inefficiencies in our societies regarding how we structured many aspects of our daily lives. This became particularly obvious in [...]
Gender Equality in the face of Covid-19 On March 8, Volt kick-started this year’s International Women’s Day with the Women’s Month Project, as part of which the Women of Volt [...]
The housing crisis in the face of Covid-19 Following last month’s thoughts on homelessness, we want to have a closer look at the current housing crisis in Ireland and see [...]
Homelessness in the face of Covid-19 Although Covid-19 has understandably dominated the news-cycle in the past months, there remain other challenges that will most likely move back into focus once [...]