Politico.ie is a current affairs website launched in October 2009. The site merges the best digital publishing tools with the best analysis of Irish and international political, social and cultural affairs from 1968 to the present day (see authors and features below).
Topic: The alternative budgets as proposed by Fine Gael, Labour and Sinn Fein.
Panellists: Matt Cooper, Roisin Shorthall of Labour, Kieran McDonnell of Fine Gael and Arthur Morgan of Sinn Fein.
Panellists: Fiona Neary of the Rape Crisis Network, Conor Hanley, author of a book on rape and a lecturer in Law in NUIG, Detective Inspector Nigel Oliver from the Crystal Unit of Hampshire police, and Fergus Hogan a social care lecturer at Waterford Institute of Technology
Topic: Disbandment of Community Development Projects
Panelists: Margaret O'Shea (Kerry Network of People with Disabilities), Bronagh O'Neill (Canals Equality Campaign), Rita Fagan (St. Michael's Family Resource Centre), Cathleen O'Neill (Kilbarrack CDP)
Below is a letter received by Politico followed by texts and emails received by Vincent during the programme.
Topic: Public sector strike action and pay
Panellists: This show took place at various strike locations in Dublin; those interviewed included teachers, nurses, guards and trade union officials
Below is a letter sent to Politico followed by texts and emails received by Vincent during the programme.
I am a private sector worker and have no affiliation with any political party but i would like to ask
Topic: The Thierry Herry handball incident in Ireland versus France World Cup Qualifier.
Panelists: Eoin Hand, Bernard O'Byrne and Paul Leonard
Here is a selection of the texts and emails sent to the programme:
What a joke talking about cheats ~ think back ~ Michelle Smith cheating. Cian O'Connor cheating. Get a life
Pat Gleeson Kildare
just to clear it up for your viewers, Gallis and Henry were not offside as a result.check the rule book.
An eruption of war and displacement in east-central Africa is rooted in the complex recent politics of an unsettled region, explains Gérard Prunier.
Since August 2008 the situation in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has grown progressively worse in ways that seem hard to understand. An overview of the events and processes that led to the resurgence of conflict, however, can explain what is happening and what kind of intervention can contribute to resolving it.