VIEW issue 53: Insight into Palliative Care

I owe a huge debt of gratitude to All Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care for allowing VIEWdigital the opportunity to...

VIEW Issue 52 – Is the Vienna model the answer to Ireland’s housing crisis?

One thing that the political parties and a broad range of academics, housing associations, voluntary bodies and wider civic society agree on...

VIEW Issue 51 – An in-depth look at victims, survivors and legacy issues from the Troubles

An in-depth look at victims, survivors and legacy issues from the Troubles. https://issuu.com/brianpelanone/docs/view_issue_51

Issue 50 – Crime and Justice

By VIEW editor Brian Pelan Angela Davis, the US political activist and academic, said in her book Are Prisons Obsolete: “On...

Issue 49: We look at the impact of the Building Change Trust on the Third Sector in Northern Ireland

By VIEW editor Brian Pelan Welcome to the 49th issue of VIEW in which we look at the impact...

Issue 48: Stories from the Frontline. We look at the effects of austerity

By VIEW editor Brian Pelan At the age of 15 or 16 I wrote my first ever letter to...

Tackling homelessness seminar at Clifton House in Belfast.

https://youtu.be/AMWmyJWXB-Q

Launch of Eimear’s Wish campaign at Belfast City Hall

https://youtu.be/bZHyna89sSU

Climate protest at Belfast City Hall

https://youtu.be/aiC1f9YL-V0

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Looking at the Mafia through a camera lens

FILM REVIEW: Shooting the Mafia By VIEW editor Brian Pelan Stark black and white images of...

Film review: Ken Loach packs a punch as he lifts lid on gig economy in Sorry We Missed You

Emerging into the sunlight, I’m thankful to escape a grim world of zero-hours contracts, with no holidays or sick pay.
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