Our community-driven platform Noteworthy shows you how to use AIE requests to access a world of biodiversity and climate information.
Noteworthy examines an industry push for visas for non-EU workers in horticulture that has raised concern with unions, migrant rights groups and some Government departments.
Noteworthy and the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network examine the lure for workers from Bulgaria and Romania to come to Ireland and the impact back home – both good and bad.
Noteworthy explores long working hours, low pay and other concerning conditions for seasonal employees in the sector.
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Unpaid ‘teaching contributions’ expected in most universities and ITs but PhD candidates can’t get ‘a liveable wage’.
'Doing the housework of academia': Women and minorities hardest hit by third-level working conditions
We look at the impact of insecure work on women, people with disabilities and vulnerable groups in the sector.
Analysis reveals an average of over 11,200 lecturers working in temporary and casual contracts.
Two major investigations were published over the past month thanks to your continued support.
We look at thousands of forestry applications and appeal decisions to reveal deep problems in the quality of environmental assessments.
Analysis reveals licences for conifer plantations still being granted on biodiversity-rich areas and precious peat soils.
Hospitals and universities across Ireland are collaborating with Genuity Science due to, experts say, lack of a public project or strategy.
Expert familiar with such agreements cited issues with data access, exclusivity and intellectual property.
Ireland still has a chance to take control of genomics research – if it follows this advice.
Your support means that Noteworthy can now also start investigating illegal hedgecutting.
Part two of Noteworthy series on victims of sexual crimes who speak out focuses on the poor mental health supports and outcomes for survivors.
Survivors of sexual crimes tell Noteworthy investigation what needs to change to give victims a chance to find a voice, justice – and peace.
Noteworthy is working on a several investigations and crowdfunding for new projects on dognapping and eating disorder treatment.
We examine the key roadblocks that have limited small-scale solar power and if enough is now being done to hit impending EU targets.
Part three of Noteworthy’s investigation reveals no legal requirements for training or registration in carer sector.