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PPR and investigative digital publisher THE Detail are joining forces to work on a major housing project.

Investigative journalist Barry McCaffrey and Elfie Seymour, an activist from the Participation and Practice of Rights (PPR), have both been awarded a prestigious Bertha Fellowship by the Bertha Foundation.

For the next year Barry and Elfie will be exploring how the nexus between property, profit and politics contributes to land and housing injustice in Northern Ireland.

A report that makes ‘stark reading’ was presented to the CEO Sara Long of the Education Authority by pupils from the Right to Education group before school finished last week.  The report title ‘Can Make or Break a Child’ hints at the very personal and difficult experiences shared by children and teachers in the transfer testing process each year.   

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