An adjunct professor and a member of the Trinity Business School advisory board, she has been appointed UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders.
Be it quarantine or social distancing, responses to the current Covid-19 pandemic have not changed much since the pandemics of the past, speakers noted in the Behind the Headlines discussion Plagues and Pandemics which was livestreamed to over 7000 viewers on Thursday evening, March 26th 2020.
The findings come at a time when the effects of the COVID-19 crisis on our older population are being discussed nationally.
Professor Mary McCarron, Director of the Trinity Centre for Ageing and Intellectual Disablity has highlighted her concerns on the impact of the crisis on those with an intellectual disability.
Trinity College Dublin’s new India Office was formally launched by HE Brendan Ward, Ambassador if Ireland to India, on February 21st.
Join us online for Trinity College Dublin’s Strategic Plan 2020-25 which will be launched on Tuesday 9th March, 2020, at 11.30am. Due to the ongoing situation around Covid-19, the physical launch has been cancelled and instead is being livestreamed on www.tcd.ie/strategy from 11.30am tomorrow. You can also view a short highlight video of the Strategic […]
A Trinity Covid-19 Working Group has been operating for some weeks and the Major Emergency Management Team has met in recent days to make decisions to reduce the risks from the virus.
Chancellor of the University, Professor Mary McAleese is opening the exhibition and is also launching a history of the Society by Trinity’s Professor Patrick Geoghegan.
Frailty places older people at higher risk of falls, cognitive decline, disability and makes them more likely to use primary and secondary healthcare.
A new suite of on-line resources will provide vital support to new mothers for their physical and mental well-being.