When you think of sweat shops, you think of the ordeals across the tabloid of workers, soiling them selves at their workstations or passing out from exhaustion. You hear of intense working conditions akin to slavery and then worse again. I always wondered what it must be like and my heart broke when I read an article where a...
For most, death is a concept so dark and daunting that we often push it to the catacombs of our minds. We pass the duty of care to a funeral home and see only our recently deceased in all their glory, dressed in their best! Sitting proudly in a fruit basket like coffin so they can be remembered in the...
Human nature is fascinating. We have the nature to help and the nature to destroy yet the decision on doing either boils down to who you are and your environment. We often know the fall out of humanities failures and what is happening in Mosul is a prime example of them. While we go about our daily business, we...
Growing up, I read in the papers how horrific the regime of Saddam truly was. The graphic imagery posted across the internet and broadcast on television sets all over Ireland. Still, I feel that we never really understand the brevity of how serious the situation truly was. I for one definitely felt like the whole thing was shrouded in...
In light of all the recent media attention (Daily Mail, 9 News Australia, Irish Independent) we have received from our article about visiting the frontline in Iraq, we have decided to try and use some of that attention for good. We have 48 hours to raise funds to buy some essential supplies in shortage here in the refugee camps for...