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# ethnicity

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'Diversity equals innovation': Why these Irish workplaces are blazing a trail for inclusiveness
We spoke to industry professionals leading the way on diversity and inclusion in Irish workplaces.
Over 6 months after Traveller ethnicity was recognised - what has changed?
Tinsmithing, education, and pride in who you are: the impact of one of the most momentous achievements for Traveller activists.
'Yes, I'm Irish': Mixed-race Irish people tell their stories of growing up in Ireland
The attitudes encountered have changed starkly over recent decades.
The Taoiseach will recognise Traveller ethnicity tomorrow
Pavee Point said tomorrow would “mark an historic and hugely important day for Travellers”.
Deciding to make a film on immigration was hard - including anti-immigration group was harder
“Do you deny people whose views you find repulsive the oxygen of publicity or do you engage in the hope of teasing out some of the contradictions?”
Rachel Dolezal faces media storm and insists "I identify as black"
She has also said the she ‘never had a DNA test’.
Britain doesn't need anti-discrimination laws, says Farage
He made the comments in a documentary that will go out next week.
South Dublin County Council votes to recognise Travellers as an ethnic minority
Francis Timmons proposed the motion, describing it as “one of Ireland’s biggest human rights issues”.
The Irish in England: How they view their ethnicity and nationality
New emigrants have helped “replenish an aging population of people who identify as Irish in Britain”.
Opinion: The King of Monsters, America, and the legacy of the bomb – will Godzilla be done justice?
Director Gareth Edwards must balance the demands of a big budget blockbuster with the historical and cultural importance of Godzilla. Not a simple task, as previous versions have shown.
Affirmative action promotes racial and ethnic diversity in US colleges - but it's under threat
A referendum in Michigan that disallowed the policy has been backed the US Supreme Court.
Cork backs Traveller ethnicity but they don’t want ‘settled people’s approval’
Ronnie Fay of Pavee Point said that “Traveller ethnicity is a fact” and they don’t need councils like Cork City to be voting on this.
Column: Denying Traveller ethnicity makes Ireland a rogue state
Not recognising Traveller’s ethnicity creates a dangerous precedent for every human right- denying government that wants to justify racism, writes Dr Robbie McVeigh.
Poll: Does Ireland have a discrimination problem?
ESRI research says black people, women, and those aged over 45 all experience discrimination. How bad is the problem?
ESRI: Black people report highest rates of discrimination in Ireland
More than one in ten adults in Ireland say they have been discriminated against based on factors such as age, gender, disability, ethnicity, or race, according to the ESRI.
Non-Chinese Asians are the fastest growing ethnic group in Ireland – CSO
The vast majority of people in Ireland remain “white Irish”, who at 3,821,995 people represents 85.8 per cent of the population.
Calls for government to recognise Travellers as ethnic group
At today’s Universal Periodic Review, the Irish government was also called on to address the situation of thousands of asylum seekers and take steps towards improving the conditions they live in.
London Olympic volunteers made to answer 'delicate' questions
Prospective volunteers for this summer’s event are required to undergo ‘sensitivity training’ ahead of its commencement.