Michelle Caulfield from the Rape Crisis Centre Galway caught up with Louise and The Hub to speak about how silence can feed sexual violence. This was part of the Government of Ireland’s No Excuses Campaign #NoExcuses
Michelle Caulfield from the Rape Crisis Centre Galway caught up with Louise and The Hub to speak about consent. This was part of the Government of Ireland’s No Excuses Campaign #NoExcuses
Sometimes the locker room conversation can cross the line of having a bit of fun into harassment. Louise spoke to Michelle Caulfield from the Galway Rape Crisis Centre about what steps can be taken.
We all want to do our but for the environment but paper straws just don’t feel right. Maxim from Stroodles took it upon himself to create an alternative. Maxim created Stroodles which are pasta straws that can be used to drink your beverage. Would you use a pasta straw ?
Fancy a free Haircut ? CSF Barbers in Nottingham have come up with a genius opportunity, where customers can play staff in a game of Fifa for a free haircut. There is a hefty cost if you loose though, would take them on in the challenge?
Beyond Limits is the first event of its kind, amplifying the voices of young people with disabilities, hearing about the achievements of those with disabilities, learning about technology, education and employment opportunities, seeing sports and activities in action, and providing a platform for conversations about inclusion and relationships. Louise caught up with Aoife Carragher before […]
Sometimes images get shared online without peoples permission, leaving them feeling violated and weak. Louise Spoke to Michelle Caulfield from The Rape Crisis Centre Galway to find out what steps people can take when in this situation.
What makes you smile ? SmileForMe is an Instagram project that allows people to share things that make them smile when times are tough. Louise spoke to Leanne from SmileForMe to find out how people can get involved.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and all over the country people are raising funds for the worthy cause. Louise and The Hub caught up with Aisling Hurley from Breast Cancer Ireland to speak about how people can get involved .
Imagine if you could make money while recycling the environment. Louise caught up with Breda from Carrickmacross Tidy Towns who have created a vending machine that pays you for recycling.