New research published today by the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission (the Commission) and Trinity’s COVID-19 Law Observatory has found that the Government has persistently blurred the boundary between legal requirements and public health guidance in its COVID-19 response.
Beyond 2022 project to collaborate with Trinity Long Room Hub on a new Artist in Residence scheme funded by the Government. The scheme will create new works and encourage public engagement with the Decade of Centenaries.
Provost Dr Patrick Prendergast and Chancellor Mary McAleese launch the annual Green Week today. Titled ‘2030: Time for a Game Change’ the week-long series of events will focus on climate and biodiversity awareness, education and the action which is needed to address our growing climate and biodiversity crises.
Trinity College Dublin is today celebrating its new membership of the University of Sanctuary network.
Trinity College Dublin is embarking on an extensive project to examine, interrogate and reflect on its complex colonial legacies. An open competition will be held for a new 24-month postdoctoral research position based in the School of Histories and Humanities and the Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute.
The challenge-based prize funding programme supports Ireland’s best and brightest unconventional thinkers and innovators to develop novel, potentially disruptive, technologies to address significant societal challenges.
Trinity’s front façade will light up red and the Trinity Centre for Asian Studies?is hosting a public online talk to mark the Chinese New Year.
A documentary film by Trinity College students, ‘Is There Anybody Out There? Young Voices From Inside a Pandemic, will be screened for the first time at the Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival on the 12 March 2021.
Today, Robert Troy TD, Minister for Trade Promotion, Digital and Company Regulation, launched ‘Alsessor’ a new artificial intelligence accelerator programme at Tangent, Trinity College Dublin’s ‘Ideas Workspace’, in partnership with Altada Technology Solutions.
Trinity Business School graduates, Paddy Ryder and Rob Muldowney, have been connecting students struggling to find internships with small businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic through their platform, Covid Interns.