Monday, June 22, 2015

LETTERS IRISH DAILY MAIL 22/6/2015 SURELY THE LETTER OF THE YEAR MUST BE FROM DENIS DENNEHY DUBLIN? I READ IN SATURDAY'S IRISH DAILY MAIL OF THE FUNERAL OF A 36-YEAR-OLD MAN SHOT DEAD IN A CASE OF MISTAKEN IDENTITY,LEAVING BEHIND A WIFE AND TWO CHILDREN. NO MENTION OF IT IN THE DAIL,NO WORD FROM THE TAOISEACH ABOUT THIS,NO PUBLIC REQUESTS FROM HIM TO MEET THE DISTRESSED FAMILY,NO WORD FROM THE PRESIDENT,OR EX-PRESIDENTS,NO WORD ABOUT IT FROM THE BISHOPS. NO MINISTES ARRANGING TRANSPORT OR FUNERALS.NO WORD FROM ANY OF THE OPPOSITION POLITICIANS ABOUT IT.ITS A PECULIAR LITTLE COUNTRY WE LIVE IN. 

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Interview: Jocelyn Cockburn human right lawyer | Law | The Guardian

Interview: Jocelyn Cockburn human right lawyer | Law | The Guardian"I think if you fight adversity in life, you are going to have developed strengths which other people, who have a slightly more charmed existence, don't have to develop."

Friday, March 27, 2015

Well – you may be surprised to learn that every day, Deaf people are subjected to situations in health, justice and education where some authorities who ought to be responsible for the provision of a qualified sign language interpreter fall short on either providing one, do not hire adequately trained professionals, or do not actually think there is a the need for a qualified interpreter. For a Deaf person, the outcome of this is the same as what Deaf people experienced…?
 
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