Opinions

Opinions

OPINION: Precarious Position for Women’s Frontline Services- by Alison Blayney

Alison Blayney is the director of Kilcooley Women’s Centre and a member of the North Down and Ards Policing and Community Safety Partnership. With over 25 years experience in community development and women’s education, Alison has sat on numerous boards and worked in partnership with all statutory agencies. www.KilcooleyWomensCentre.co.uk   Almost 8 months from the collapse […]

OPINION: School teacher Moore Holmes highlights alarming performance gaps in education

OPINION: School teacher Moore Holmes highlights alarming performance gaps in education

Moore Holmes is a qualified school teacher and voluntary Youth Development worker in the East Belfast area 3 Alarming Performance Gaps in Education – Gender, Religion & Socio-Economic Status The academic statistics which emerged from “Qualifications and Destinations of School Leavers Northern Ireland 2015-2016” back in early June, although showing a slight improvement from the […]

OPINION: TUV Councillor Stephen Cooper on why he believes Brexit is unsettling Nationalists

The real Brexit fear Stephen Cooper is a TUV Councillor representing Comber DEA. He is an opponent of the Belfast Agreement which he describes as an “appeasement process” and he formerly worked for Robert McCartney QC.     The response from Unionism to the recent report on Brexit from the Republic’s Senate has been mediocre […]

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