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áine mangaoang
musicologist • visiting lecturer in music & new media • co-founder • always late to the party 🇮🇪🇵🇭🇳🇴
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Newstalk Breakfast Apr 20
🎬 WATCH: In our final report this week from Norway investigates how the country has reached number two in the World Gender Gap report, and what Ireland can learn from their success.
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Open Culture Apr 19
The Entire Archives of Radical Philosophy Go Online: Read Essays by Michel Foucault, Alain Badiou, Judith Butler & More (1972-2018)
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áine mangaoang Apr 19
ICYMI: all those interested in pop music and the - this sounds promising and rather timely
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🚨New Music Drama🚨 Apr 17
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Mariusz Kozak Apr 17
If you forsake the because you don't deem rap worthy of status as music, or KL as musician, this is what you look like to the rest of the world:
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áine mangaoang Apr 17
Great feat. Kieran - v glad you brought up Norway's elephant in the room (OIL!), how it affects the Norwegian subsistence on childcare (& so much more besides) sounded lovely! PS the Mangaoang's of New Ross were delighted w/ the shout out !
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Kieran Cuddihy Apr 17
This afternoon on we'll continue our series on Norway and the 'Scandinavian model'. Today we're looking at childcare. Cheap as chips for parents but not so for taxpayers...
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áine mangaoang Apr 17
Tune into this afternoon for the next installation in their series on Norwegian politics & socio-culture — from an Irish perspective.
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áine mangaoang Apr 16
Replying to @IPRT @BreakfastNT and 3 others
Nice work Anger management courses, prison staff knitting on duty & everyday banter between inmates & guards. In short, Halden's prison philosophy comes down to one key issue: who do you want as your neighbour?
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Irene Taylor Trust Mar 20
Sara’s last from for now; a moving performance by mums who’ve written songs in memory of children lost to gun violence -
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Criminology, Cork, Ireland Feb 19
Two Criminology PhD studentships available at University College Cork.
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áine mangaoang Apr 16
sure who would want to give up their Irish passports! Fair play to for the decent number crunching -- paints an alternative view of today's norwegian society for sure.
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Ronan Coveney Apr 15
Tomorrow on brings the first report in our series on Norway. He'll be at Halden Prison, which is known as one of the most humane prisons in the world, to find out why they've such low reoffending rates for prisoners in the country.
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Newstalk Breakfast Apr 15
This morning we'll hear from who's been to Halden Prison in Norway...it's been described as the most humane prison in the world and we're there to find out why Norwegian reoffending rates are so low.
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áine mangaoang Apr 16
Interesting stats David - esp fascinating to see the numbers of Mná na hÉireann in the last few decades. Food for thought
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áine mangaoang Apr 15
Ain’t no better way to start a Sunday!
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nordic sounds Apr 13
CFP: 2nd Annual NORDIC SOUNDS Seminar "Making & Unmaking Myths: Popular Music in the Nordic Region Today" in collab. w/ , Sept. 19-20, 2018. Co-organisers & Mikkel Broch Ålvik.
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Prison_Health Apr 15
‘Orange is the New Black’ author, says invest in public schools, not jails: Oklahoma has had the highest female incarceration rate in the world for the past 20 years and 85% of the women in prison are mothers MT
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áine mangaoang Apr 12
Welcome anytime! LOTS of underexplored hidden music gems here!
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áine mangaoang Apr 12
Next project?! Come visit!! Xx
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