Articles by Stephen Donnan-Dalzell
Stephen Donnan-Dalzell / October 21, 2019
We were uncertain of the method, but always confident of that this could be done. I only wish my nineteen-year-old self could see us today
"Imposed Citizenship": how Brexit is already quietly affecting the rights of Northern Ireland's Irish citizens
Stephen Donnan-Dalzell / May 8, 2019
The government aren't keen to shout about it, but Emma de Souza's case has already been seen as a constitutional test of the Good Friday Agreement. And that's only the start
Lyra McKee gave hope to people who felt they had no future—now, we owe it to her to make this place better
Stephen Donnan-Dalzell / April 19, 2019
Journalist Lyra McKee, who has been killed in the Creggan Estate in Derry, fought to make Northern Ireland a better place—and saw the potential for change in everyone, no matter where they came from
Stephen Donnan-Dalzell / March 6, 2019
How can families of victims ever have any faith in the system of justice when those charged with maintaining good relations in this little corner of the world are happy to stomp all over that...
Two years without a government in Northern Ireland should spark outrage—instead, it's become normalised
Stephen Donnan-Dalzell / January 9, 2019
The people of Northern Ireland deserve a functioning government. So why do I get the sense I'll be writing this article again in January 2020?
Stephen Donnan-Dalzell / August 30, 2018
As a gay man in Northern Ireland, I am a second-class citizen in the most Unionist part of the United Kingdom