The Irish Penal Reform Trust is an independent NGO that works to improve the Irish penal system through advocacy, lobbying, reports, studies, and public awareness… Read More »The Irish Penal Reform trust and the elephant in the room
Gender Recognition (Amendment) (Prisons) Bill 2023 New Bill aims to amend the GRA 2015 and stop males being housed in Irish women’s prisons The Bill… Read More »Historic Bill Drafted by Laoise De Brún BL
Galway, 02-April Women’s sport in Ireland is under threat The Countess Sports Working Group campaign to protect female sport · Women’s and girls’ rights to fair and… Read More »STATEMENT: Women’s sport is under threat
The Countess have received a number of emails regarding the LGFA response to queries relating to its new Transgender Policy. The LGFA response is wholly… Read More »Countess statement on the LGFA response to clubs
Amending the Gender Recognition Act 2015 to Protect Women Following the chaos surrounding Scotland’s Gender Recognition Reform Bill, which ultimately contributed to the resignation of… Read More »Is It Time for an Irish Gender Recognition Reform Bill?
Despite clear evidence on the physical differences between males and females, the LGFA have opted to centre males in their new Transgender Policy. This is… Read More »The LGFA have betrayed women and girls in sport
The Countess submission to the NCCCA consultation on the Draft Junior Cycle Social, Personal and Health Education (SPHE) Short Course curriculum. Following a review of… Read More »Consultation on Updated Junior Cycle SPHE Curriculum