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This year
Opinion: The state’s failure of vulnerable children is unfortunately nothing new
Se√°na Glennon says the state must refocus its approach to the protection of vulnerable children and adults in this country after years of failures.
Opinion: 'The endorsement of cars by RT√Č celebs during a climate crisis shows poor judgement'
Se√°na Glennon says the judgement of ‘influencers’ promoting cars in a climate crisis should be called into question.
Analysis: The Canadian wildfires are a wakeup call for Ireland on our climate commitments
Se√°na Glennon writes from Toronto about the devastating wildfires and their impact on health, climate and policy.
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Opinion: If global leaders can't agree on the origin of Covid then what hope for future crises?
As global superpowers continue their war of words over the origin of Covid, Se√°na Glennon says the lack of cooperation doesn’t bode well for the future.
Last year
Opinion: Why has the internet turned against Amber Heard and is this the end of #MeToo?
Se√°na Glennon looks at the wider implications of the contentious defamation trial on the #MeToo movement.
All time
Could it work here? Sacramento announces radical new plan to tackle homelessness
Californians ‚Äúare becoming homeless faster than we can get people the help they need,‚ÄĚ says mayor Darrell Steinberg. Here, Se√°na Glennon examines his proposal.
'Between vaccines and restrictions, we need to look at how pregnant people are being treated'
This country has a long history of treating pregnant women and girls appallingly; the pandemic should not be an excuse to continue to do the same, writes Se√°na Glennon.