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Call for submissions to multilingual writing project in Cork

Call for Multilingual Submissions by Team Good Day Cork Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on whatsapp Poster illustration by Rosie Alabaster Good Day Cork invites all multilingual speakers/writers to submit a creative fiction/non-fiction piece in your native tongue along with the English translation to our new collection called ‘Pathways’. This project is made …

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Spoken word artist and rapper Olymio Raphael shares 'Grace', a working spoken word piece for Good Day Cork's Winter Solstice 2021 series

Grace by Raphael Olympio

Grace By Raphael Olympio Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on whatsapp Photo credit: Fionnuala O’Connell Photo caption: Smiles – see smiles in life everyday This year I met Grace but first… Let’s rewind back to last year Let’s Rewind back all the time, rewind back all the tapes, let’s flip back all the…...

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Kitchen Stories – A Food Documentary from Cork

Kitchen Stories A Food Documentary from Cork Each of the featured Cork-based people have a unique cultural identity and it is through exploring this that  you will discover how many commonalities there are in the way different nationalities prepare, create and enjoy food.  ‘Kitchen Stories’ is produced and published by Good Day Cork. The documentary …

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Chats With Elena Canty

Chats with Elena Canty A podcast series presented by Irish Wheelchair Association Chats with Elena Canty’ is a 4 part podcast series brought to you by Irish Wheelchair Association Ability Programme and co-sponsored by EQUAL Ireland.  Each episode is an opportunity to get up close and personal with Corkonian, Elena Canty while understanding the value …

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I know that Ireland is Capable of Inclusivity by Priya Krishnan

I know that Ireland is capable of inclusivity By Priya Krishnan Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on whatsapp Photo by Matheus Viana Let me be very clear. Using a term that is a racial slur makes an environment where a Person or People of Colour are present, feel hostile and unsafe. Using what…...

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