Danielle’s Day

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Free Saturday, September 7?

The second Danielle Carroll Summer School.

Named after a young Dublin mother who lost her life while living in emergency accommodation.

Michael Caul writes:

The #MyNameis campaign is proud to announce our second Danielle Carroll Summer School, 2019.

The human stories behind Ireland’s housing and homeless crisis.

Mary Manning – Who, as a 21-year-old Dunnes Stores worker, stood up against apartheid.

Stephen Travers – Leading campaigner for the rights of victims in Northern Ireland.

Jay Lester – Jobstown protest teenager who had false imprisonment conviction overturned.

John Wall
– diagnosed with terminal prostate cancer, had emergency medical card revoked.

Colin Power – Bill Kenneally abuse survivor.

We are proud to posthumously award our first Danielle Carroll Social Justice Award 2019 to Dara Quigley, presented to her mother Aileen Malone with words from Martin McMahon and friends.

Tickets available here

Day For Danielle

2 thoughts on “Danielle’s Day

  1. John Wall

    Delighted & honoured to be speaking on the day. Truly looking forward to meeting & engaging with so many that are making such a difference to society.

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