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Behind the numbers: jobs in our changing economy are at the mercy of powerful, competing forces
Industry leaders are optimistic about the potential for automation, predicting it will create more jobs in the next few years than the tens of millions it will displace. Is this optimism meaningful?
How NI's education system still falls short on relationships and sex
More young people in the UK are contacting Childline because of issues around consent and peer sexual abuse. Here in NI, our ethos-driven schools system fails by design.
How everyone can improve health care
The debate about the future of health care tends to centre around how we can raise more money to pay for it. Yet this neglects a vital issue.
Charities: when things go wrong
Charities are under intense scrutiny after a series of media firestorms which have undermined public trust and confidence not just in the organisations concerned but the entire sector.
There will be unfortunate irony if Brexit is terrible - but the UK already had real problems
Some major issues that drove Brexit could worsen after we leave the EU. This says some interesting things not just about the UK's decision - but also about the status quo we are leaving behind.
Charity retail saw remarkable growth last quarter
Charity shops do great work fundraising for the sector, providing affordable goods, and recycling. But, with the High Streets struggling, are they too successful? Probably not – but the context is important.
Give Stormont more powers to fix economy, says think tank
A landmark report into the economy by an influential think tank argues that more devolution is a key element in boosting prosperity.
Investing in resilience
Prevention is better than cure. When it comes to poor mental health, prevention can often mean resilience - but how can this be improved? Scope speaks with Action Mental Health about their efforts to do just that.
People power: how communities can take over public buildings
Stevie McGirr of Development Trusts NI explains how community asset transfers work in advance of its conference on 19 September
Time to end this unfair tax break to help save Health?
The health service desperately needs more money, with or without reform.
The Roughest Form of Justice
Twenty years after the Good Friday Agreement so-called punishment beatings are on the rise.
Fighting back against violence
A new report from the Big Lottery Fund makes a good effort at illustrating what prevention and early intervention actually mean, when it comes to reducing youth violence.
We deserve better: bringing power to the people
On August 28 Northern Ireland will have gone 589 days without a government.