Outside Powerscourt, Dublin
Louise Heywood writes:
I’m a masters student in the National College of Art and Design [Dublin] and I’m in the middle of researching how city problems are resolved. I’m trying to get an idea of how people engage with their city. I would be very grateful if some of your readers could help me out by completing this very, VERY short survey.
Those who wish can take the 30-second survey here
Are we actually paying to conduct surveys on how to improve JobBridge? Abolish the god damn thing!
a cup of sugar 30 seconds to spare?
Paget McCormack writes:
I’m a masters student in the National College of Art and Design [Dublin] and I’m in the middle of designing a service to help revive the traditional neighbourhood. I’m trying to get an idea of what information people would be happy to share with their neighbours. I would be very grateful if some of your readers could help me out by completing this very, VERY short survey.
Joseph Darrer writes:
I’m an interaction design masters student in NCAD [National College of Art and Design] and I’m starting out on a project looking in to the current renting process in Ireland and seeing how we can apply our magic skills to solve some of the biggest pain points for people when trying to rent.
I have a VERY short survey which would be fantastic if some of your readers would be happy to contribute to.
Nobody wants a Raleigh anymore.
They want your Giant Defying Treks.
Dublin Cycling writes:
Bike theft is a big and growing problem in Dublin. While only 4,500 bikes were reported stolen in Dublin in 2013 we know there is a big under-reporting problem and we estimate that the real figure was around 20,000. The information you will provide in this survey [link below] will be invaluable in helping us design a plan, in conjunction with the Gardai, City Council, City Planners& Bike trade, to tackle the problem
UglyMugs.ie is a scheme which aims to improve the safety of sex workers in Ireland and reduce crimes committed against them.
It was established in 2009 and, since then, Irish sex workers have reported 4,000 incidents of crime and abuse against them.
It has now carried out the first ever victimisation survey of indoor sex workers in Ireland. A total of 195 female, male and trans escorts, from 29 different countries, took part in the research, almost 75% of whom have completed third-level education.
From the study:
Read the full report here
Previously: Protecting Sex Workers