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Open Thread: Tell us about your experience of migration
The Good Information Project wants to hear your experience of migration, living abroad for work or study – or coming to Ireland to build a new life.
Watch: How can we solve the housing crisis?
Our expert panel offered big ideas to solve the housing crisis and answered your questions about landlords, construction and rent.
Open Newsroom Event: Time to talk about the housing crisis
Watch our live Open Newsroom event discussing the housing crisis and how we can start to find solutions.
Open Newsroom: How should Ireland relate to China's rising power?
China is experiencing a seemingly unstoppable rise as a global superpower, how should Ireland approach issues like trade and human rights with this growing economy?
A tale of two lockdowns: how working life changed during the pandemic
We spoke to two people with very different experiences of the pandemic. A delivery rider who has had a long winter on the streets of Dublin city centre, and a businessman who has changed his priorities.
The burnout generation: Anne Helen Petersen on the future of work
Here, we tease out some of the issues that will need to be tackled as we face into the “new” normal of working after Covid-19.
Open Newsroom: What is the future of work after Covid-19?
In this discussion journalists Christine Bohan, Sean Murray and Adam Daly answer your questions and explore their research into the future of work.
Open thread: How has Covid-19 changed the way you work?
We want to know how work has changed for you because of the pandemic and what you think should change in the aftermath of Covid-19.
Panel discussion: What future do young people want for Northern Ireland?
THE GOOD FRIDAY generation were never supposed to know violence, but recent events show life in Northern Ireland is more complicated than that.
Sign up for our live discussion: What future do young people want for Northern Ireland?
We are hosting a panel of young voices to discuss the reality of life in Northern Ireland and how positive change could be brought about.
A shared island: Your ideas for a new Ireland
Should the Irish language stay in the constitution of a united Ireland? Our readers share their ideas for how Ireland could change.
Open Newsroom: What could a shared island look like?
This is a new initiative launched by the Journal to open a dialogue with our audience around big issues – we want to find out what questions you’d like answered.
Poll: Have you ever been on holiday in Northern Ireland?
Despite the rise in staycations due to Covid-19, many Irish tourists have still never crossed the border for their summer holiday.
Opinion: I'm gutted, but I have decided not to fly home for Christmas
Journalist Brian Whelan had planned to fly home from the UK this Christmas to see loved ones but has made the difficult decision not to travel.