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# representation

This year
Junior Minister Jack Chambers shares that he is gay in social media post
Last year
Ireland to get 14 more TDs following significant constituency review
Opinion: 'Having a therapist who understands your race, sexuality and gender is important'
Niamh Jimenez
All time
New Trinity College debate committee to highlight voices of students of colour
'Embarrass them in the media' - how a club players' body took on the GAA and won
'This is an opportunity missed by the GAA' - GPA respond after motion defeated at Congress
Want to make Ireland more equal? The woman behind 'No Country For Women' is running a documentary Master-Class this weekend
Chloë Grace Moretz is sick of Hollywood's 'shocking' treatment of LGBTQ filmmakers
Janelle Monáe came out as a pansexual and says she's "a free-ass motherf****r" - but what does that mean?
Here's why the story behind Frankenstein might just make the feminist film of the summer
Here's why Black Panther's massive success could change the face of Hollywood
Legal aid to be restricted in family law cases
A complete history of GAA jerseys popping up at unlikely sporting events
'There was a lack of respect abroad for the standard of the league and the players'
This story about a daughter taking her dad to see the new Star Wars film is just lovely
Minister Shane Ross voices disagreement with gender quotas
Now they're polling above Labour, AAA-PBP want to be grouped with the big parties
Amal Clooney is joining the Hooded Men's legal team
Ireland's Feminist Film Festival is celebrating women in cinema while raising money for charity
Fine Gael's €600k Moriarty Tribunal bill paid by Taoiseach's Department
NUI Galway’s School of Physics recognised for commitment to gender equality
Credit Union staff claim management won't engage with their trade union
Lynch calls for action to increase women's roles on State Boards
Column: If we’re going to have gender quotas, why not quotas for everyone?
Simon Tuohy