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Journal.ie – Tuesday, 31 December 2013 (originally published 29 Dec)
‘WOMEN’S ISSUES’ IS not at term that should be used often. At best, it is largely inaccurate. At worst, well, it doesn’t really mean anything.
Ireland has been dealing with a number of ‘human rights’ issues over the past 12 months, just many of them happen to have women at their centre.
But that does not mean that those matters only impact female citizens . . .