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# Rights

All time
Custard Creams for everyone as TV3 secure 3 more years of Champions League football
Hooded, food and sleep deprived: Calls for Ireland to push for torture case against UK
Living abroad, but want to vote? A decision on your rights could be made in the next 7 weeks
Never read the T&C for any services? This will bring you up to speed
Au pairs 'used as cheap childcare' and can be underpaid, exploited
Kildare may have seen its last ever animal circus in the county
When Ireland can't help, here's where children can turn to
Got fined in Ireland? Now it can be collected across the EU
Ireland ready for next step in marriage equality as 85% say it is morally right — GLEN
Cost order to challengers of Children's Referendum could be breach of rights
Together at last? Big four political parties come together over gay marriage issue
Church of England votes to allow women become bishops
Elton John wants to visit with Putin to talk about gay rights
There are 14 times more Irish people looking to adopt than there are children available
Hate hidden fees and extra charges? They will be a thing of the past from today
Ten mother and baby homes carried out vaccine trials on almost 300 children - report
Consumer agency wants to make contracts fairer
RTÉ presenter who claims she was discriminated against loses Equality Tribunal case
Union hits out at Dunnes over workers' contracts lower than 15 hours per week
Sandberg: 'If you want to do something nice for your wife, don't buy flowers, do the laundry'
Major victory for Irish online rights group as ECJ strikes down EU mobile surveillance rules
"We were fighting with all our passion to create a boring society" - South African Freedom Fighter
Column: There's a viral spread of increasingly restrictive laws curtailing human rights
Mary Lawlor
International Women's Day protest takes place in Dublin
Make a day of International Women’s Day
Convention votes to strengthen economic, social, and cultural rights
Here's the ballot paper the Constitutional Convention will vote on today
Dole cut for long-term unemployed who refuse to work in local authorities
Brevik wants to hunger strike for better video games
'They thought I had married myself': The experiences of transgender people in Ireland
Less than a quarter of candidates running in the local elections are women
In 'unique event', Irish priest invites LGBT people to speak from the altar
Forty years later, Gay Switchboard Ireland is still needed
Column: Behind the veil – a new era has begun for family courts
Katherine Irwin
Argentina court grants abortion for teen rape victim
Immigrant families will be 'torn apart this Christmas'
Column: ‘I find it upsetting that you can legally strike your children as a form of discipline’
Tanya Ward
The Irish Council of Churches says blasphemy reference in Constitution is 'largely obsolete'
Pro Life groups call BPAS advert in Irish newspaper today 'disgusting' and 'callous'
'Shatter needs to make a public statement on redress delay for Magdalene women'