Category Archives: Public Affairs

Bronagh Hinds: DemocraSHe

  Founder of DemocraShe, Bronagh Hinds, talks to agendaNi about gender equality in Northern Ireland politics. Bronagh Hinds describes her interest in politics as being oane with a small ‘p’. Rather than...

Plans to trump envoy removal

While much of the world’s media attention focused on US President Donald Trump’s decision to abolish the country’s special envoy on climate change, little attention was paid to the other potential casualties...

Looking north: Micheál Martin, TD

Ciarán Galway speaks with Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin ahead of the new Dáil session to unpack the party’s engagement in and perspective on Northern Ireland. The vista visible from Martin’s office...

Meet the Media

Shauna Corr is a journalist with Belfast Live and the Daily Mirror having previously written for Johnston Press, Mid Ulster Mail and Tyrone Times, Irish News and the Belfast Telegraph. She also...

Political Platform

Sinéad Bradley was elected to the Assembly to represent South Down in May 2016 having initially been co-opted in to the seat of her late father, veteran politician PJ Bradley. Subsequently, Sinéad...

Transition to a low carbon future

The headlines have been dominated by extreme weather events, reminding us of the destructive power of an overly energetic climate system. Weather related disasters are estimated to cost $250 billion per year....

Eur-INBO Silver Jubilee Conference

Fingal County Council is proud to welcome state, regional and local government elected officials; all appointed EU water directors and principal senior ministerial advisors, addressing EU policy and EU water directives, from...

Confidence and supply

Following the decision by the Conservatives and the DUP to sign a confidence and supply arrangement rather than enter into an explicit coalition, agendaNi explores what the current deal means. The last...