The activists demanding better mental health care in the north of Ireland
Last Saturday, hundreds of people descended on Stormont to call for political action on the Northern Ireland's spiralling mental health crisis.
Meet the young activists tackling Northern Ireland’s mental health crisis
A new generation of charity workers and organisers are fighting back against local political apathy and taking matters into their own hands.
Ireland is more than the border
With the UK's general election on the horizon, photographer Sam Rock and i-D Senior Fashion Editor Max Clark shoot a portfolio of young Irish people with hopes and dreams and concerns and worries that have little to do with Brexit.
same-sex marriage and abortion are now legal in northern ireland
It's a good day for equality.
the irish youth protesting some of the world's strictest abortion laws
This Saturday thousands gathered in Belfast to demand their right to choose. Photographer Vanessa Ifediora shoots the next generation of activists at the Rally for Choice, bringing the North of Ireland into the 21st Century.
the uk government just voted to extend same-sex marriage and abortion rights to northern ireland
I’m not crying, you’re crying.
belfast rappers kneecap are reinventing the irish language for a new generation
Since arriving onto the scene in 2017, the trio have gained a cult following for their controversial performances, incendiary lyrics and unapologetic bilingualism.
theresa may doesn’t deserve your sympathy
After the ex-PM announced her resignation today, she was seen crying, which was enough for many people to express their sympathy with her and forget about Yarl's Wood and the Windrush generation.
'now for northern ireland' projections appear on buildings across the uk
One year on from the Repeal vote, Amnesty International teamed up with artist Maser to (literally) put the spotlight on Northern Ireland, where abortion is still illegal.
the uk’s abortion laws are no better than alabama
Amnesty International UK today condemned Alabama’s “horrifying” new abortion regulations, but reminded people to look a little closer to home, where women in Northern Ireland can face life in prison for terminating their pregnancies.
the UN says northern ireland’s abortion laws violate the human rights of women
A United Nations Committee found that the current restrictive abortion laws in Northern Ireland breach the UK’s international human rights obligations.
how ‘derry girls’ cemented itself as the best show on british tv
And Irish TV, obviously.