In Belfast the virus challenges political allegiances
In Belfast, people’s experience of the virus has been much more on par with the Republic of Ireland than with England or London, and yet they have been subject to the rules of the UK. When normalcy returns, lessons learnt during this period are bound to have an impact on the ballot box, says award-winning writer Jan Carson.
In August of 2018, Alexandra Lebon and Bénédite Topuz travelled the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland; from east to west, from Omeath to Muff, the women set out to meet those Irish who live along the border.
“A Turning Tide In The Life Of Man” — the citizen lobbying of John O’Brien
This documentary about how a group of struggling Irish fishermen influenced the reform of the European Common Fisheries Policy shows us how another Europe is possible, if citizens mobilise to defend the public interest.
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