- Jan 22, 2011
John Bissett, Community Worker Canal Communities Local Drugs Task Force John Bissett - New Island
Niamh Hourigan, Department of Sociology, UCC UCC: Research Profiles: Sociology: Dr Niamh M Hourigan BA, PhD
John McGuirk, PR https://twitter.com/john_mcguirk
Niall O'Connor, Journalist Evening Herald and former Garda Garda Rank and Vile Sunday World - investigating and reporting on Irish Crime
Crime is uppermost in most people’s mind this week with the shooting dead last Friday night of Garda Donohue and the closure today of 95 Garda stations around the country.
How vulnerable are we now to crime. Can crime be overcome by addressing the issue of inequality? Tonight Vinny and his panel look at this issue. It should be a good interesting discussion, without politicians sticking their big noses in …
The show will pay special attention to today’s Irish Times article by Vincent:
Inequality feeds culture of criminality - The Irish Times - Thu, Jan 31, 2013
Inequality feeds culture of criminality
They set up a Facebook page for Philly O’Toole after he disappeared on Monday, January 7th. He had left his home in Arklow at about 5pm that day and, according to a neighbour who lived beside his family in Fassaroe, a working class housing estate in Bray, he probably had come back to Fassaroe to visit his partner and seven-month-old son.
He was taking a chance in doing so, for he knew his life was in danger from a criminal gang …
Shatter stands by garda station closures - RTÉ News
Poverty and inequality not key reasons for law breaking - The Irish Times - Fri, Aug 24, 2012
Poverty & Inequality
Jonathan Healy, Newstalk lunchtime presenter https://twitter.com/jonathanhealy
Previous #VINB: http://www.politics.ie/forum/backstage/205218-vinb-wed-30-1-2013-prostitution-should-decriminalised.html
Ah! yes, Vincent’s billboard campaign. Looks very grumpy though.