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Grainne Toher – 19th January – Lynn Haughton – The Upcycle Movement

Bags & accessories made for everyday adventures from upcycled wetsuits. Handmade with respect for the environment and a passion for a more sustainable world. NEO – from the word ‘neoprene’ (the material wetsuits are made from) and neo – meaning ‘new’ – a nod to the new life of the wetsuits. 10% of this collection …

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Smashing Barriers

In this podcast Maureen McGovern and Anthony Gannon of Smashing Barriers Drama Collective tell us about Dead or Alive, an innovative theatre performance which tackles some serious social change with high spirits, humour, and a bank robbery. Smashing Barriers Drama Collective formed in September 2016 to explore ways that theatre performance can challenge the inequalities …

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Aunua – Sue Carty

Susan Carty is originally from Co roscommon, she started her career as a psychiatric nurse, specialised in child and adolescent mental health and cognitive behavioral therapy. When she started working as psych nurse she was invited to try rugby and that started a whole unexpected journey and one that took her on a new journey …

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Aunua- Kamal Ibrahim

Kamal Ibrahim is a professional speaker, business owner, film producer, tv presenter and a former Mr World. He has travelled the world as an ambassador for the Miss World Organisation and has helped raised over €3 million for children’s organisations through Variety International, the children’s charity for sick, disabled and disadvantaged children around the world. …

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