Daniel Geary, Mark Pigott associate professor in American history, writing in the Irish Times that steps required to prevent police murdering of African Americans have been known for 50 years.
A thought-provoking opinion piece published by The Conversation and written by David Mitchell, assistant professor in conflict resolution and reconiliation at Trinity.
This opinion piece from Dr Stephanie Holt, Associate Professor and Head of School and Dr Ruth Elliffe, Teaching Fellow, School of Social Work & Social Policy, was published in the Irish Examiner
In an opinion piece originally published in the Irish Independent, Dr Louise Caffrey, Assistant Professor of Social Policy, says there’s plenty of evidence to back the broad use of face coverings to help defeat Covid-19, if you look beyond what’s strictly medical.
Novel argument in praise of “redundancy” from Trinity Business School’s Tanusree Jain and colleagues Adrian Zicari, Concepcion Galdon and Mario Aquino Alves. Published first in the Business Post.
Social Work and Social Policy Professor Robbie Gilligan writes on the importance of placing children centre-stage as we exit lockdown. This opinion piece was first published by the Business Post.
A timely piece from Professor Damian Murchan, head of Trinity’s School of Education, on why trust is key to the success calculated grades for this year’s Leaving Cert. First published in the Irish Independent.
Assistant professor in physiotherapy at Trinity, Julie Broderick, with a jointly written piece about the importance of physiotherapy for people who are critically ill with COVID-19.
An opinion piece by Donna Lyons, Assistant Professor at the Trinity School of Law, on how the United Nations could win back support for its human rights framework, as first published in the Business Post
Assistant professor of pharmaceutical chemistry at Trinity, Niamh O’Boyle, with an important piece underlining why nobody should self-medicate when fighting COVID-19.