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Analysis: Parties will try to capitalise on Yes vote
Irish Times

Eamon Gilmore : Is Same-Sex Marriage the Civil Rights Issue of...

Ireland is now the only country in the world to have chosen to permit same-sex marriage, by popular vote. The recent Irish referendum was a national act of inclusion and liberation for gay and lesbian people. But it was also a powerful statement ... Huffington Post, 7 hours ago
Eamon Gilmore calls for action on surrogacy Irish Times, 4 days ago
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Ireland should become international advocate of gay rights, says Eamon Gilmore

Ireland should become the international advocate for gay rights, a key figure in spearheading the country's vote for same-sex marriage has said. Former Labour Party leader Eamon Gilmore, who pushed the coalition government to hold the historic ...
 Irish Independent5 days ago Marriage referendum: Ireland 'could lead on gay rights', says Eamon Gilmore  Irish Mirror5 days ago Ireland hailed as beacon for human rights after yes vote  Channel 45 days ago Gilmore: Ireland should advocate for LGBT rights around the world  Breaking News.ie5 days ago
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The Irish fight for human rights in Colombia

EAMON GILMORE VISITED Colombia this week to highlight the situation facing human rights defenders and in particular the case of David Ravelo, currently serving 18 years for murder after a trial in 2012 marred by serious irregularities. The trip was ...
 TheJournal.ie2 months ago

The universal reach of the papacy: from the city to the world

There was quiet satisfaction in early 2014 when the coalition announced a u-turn on Eamon Gilmore's controversial decision to close Ireland's Embassy to the Vatican. It had been a little over two years since Mr Gilmore announced the downgrading ...
 Irish Catholic2 months ago
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Gilmore welcomes 'day of liberation'

By Shaun Connolly and Conor Kane A "day of liberation for gay people in Ireland" has been declared by former Labour leader Eamon Gilmore amid expectations of a strong Yes vote in the marriage equality referendum. Mr Gilmore, who pushed the ...
 Breaking News.ie6 days ago

ALISON O'CONNOR: Government is feeling the love following success of referendum

WHO WOULD ever have thought, even six months ago, that the Government would end up cresting on a wave of gay love? I imagine if you had predicted this to Enda Kenny before he became Taoiseach he might have laughed at you. But it is the truth.
 Irish Examiner18 hours ago

Dáil Sketch: Selling silver not enough to tarnish prospect of a week off

Michael McNamara said he was not prepared to gamble with what I believe is the key to the economic development of all of this State. Photograph: Eric Luke/ THE IRISH TIMES Michael O'Regan Topics: News Politics Oireachtas Dessie Ellis Eamon Gilmore ...
 Irish Times20 hours ago

Government keen to maintain dialogue with Vatican

Vatican's Secretary of State called the referendum result a defeat for humanity On Tuesday evening Cardinal Piestro Parolin, the Vatican's Secretary of State, called the referendum result a defeat for humanity.Photograph: EPA/LOsservatore ...
 Irish Times1 day ago

Villager April 2015

Just shut up Villager is interested in the notion of guest as applied to the Tonight with Vincent Browne show. The status seems to be precarious. Tom Cooney, a pro-Israeli former advisor to Alan Shatter, was told to leave after interrupting, Jerry ...
 Village Magazine1 day ago

Fancy jewels of former Viceroy of Ireland sold for over €30,000

CEREMONIAL JEWELS OWNED by a former Viceroy of Ireland have been sold for some £21,250 (€30,056). The set consisting of a badge and star which was estimated to be worth between £8,000 to £12,000 was auctioned off yesterday at Sotheby's ...
 TheJournal.ie1 day ago
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