A tailored media relations service

Pen 4 Hire provided AkiDwA, Ireland's advocacy network for migrant women, with a tailored media relations service in 2019. Working as AkiDwA Communications Officer on a part-time basis, Shan Kelly helped the Dublin-based charity to develop a new communications strategy that included a more responsive and engaged social media presence; a redesign of the Akidwa.ie … Continue reading A tailored media relations service

Ireland’s Parties look set to resume their Civil War positions in 2016

 It's back to 1921 for Ireland, If the latest poll figures are replicated in the 2016 General election, according to electoral strategist Adrian Kavanagh. This  shows  how seats could look across the country.   It will be a crying Shame if the Greens, Independents and other smaller parties cannot  improve their branding, policies and strategic communication of them … Continue reading Ireland’s Parties look set to resume their Civil War positions in 2016

50 years of failure – still not enough research to say if fluorides are harmful – HRB.ie

The long awaited HRB Review of  studies probing How Fluorides Affect Human Health has found no definitive evidence that fluoridation of public water supplies  has any positive or negative effects on health.  So after  more than a years' work by Irish researchers, they have  concluded that not enough research  has been done for them to say whether fluorides in … Continue reading 50 years of failure – still not enough research to say if fluorides are harmful – HRB.ie

Right2Water.ie Meeting Dundrum Why Everyone in Ireland should refuse to pay for water as long as it is fluoridated.

Back in 2001, Fine Gael said it would stop adding fluoride compounds to Irish water if it was re-elected but in power a decade later, Fine Gael is refusing to honour that pledge. The latest demands to stop water fluoridation in Ireland came on On October 1st 2014,  from Senator Mary Ann O'Brien and Senator Fergal Quinn, … Continue reading Right2Water.ie Meeting Dundrum Why Everyone in Ireland should refuse to pay for water as long as it is fluoridated.

Senate debate calls for fluoride referendum in Ireland

This Wednesday Seanad Éireann will debate a motion noting the fundamental human right of every Irish citizen to choose whether or not they have their water medicated with fluoride, given that from the 1st October Irish residents are being asked to pay for water. The private members bill was tabled by Senators Mary Ann O’Brien, … Continue reading Senate debate calls for fluoride referendum in Ireland

Naked Calendar sales fund Irish battle against forced fluoridation

Nude calendars are now firmly established as a fundraising vehicle for good causes, but they‘re still unusual in Ireland, where a 2014 Naked Fluoride Calendar featuring male and female health campaigners is bankrolling a Supreme Court battle against the Irish Government.The brave people from across Ireland who posed for The Naked Fluoride Calendar 2014 want … Continue reading Naked Calendar sales fund Irish battle against forced fluoridation

Irish Expert Body refuses to admit it puts children at risk – July 2013

Is water fluoridation a health risk? Most mothers would be horrified at the thought of their daughters stripping for attention. But  not Martha Fitzgibbon. She has  encouraged her daughter Aisling to strip in public to highlight how the Irish Government’s forced fluoridation of water puts  Ireland's health at risk. Aisling is a 26 year old nutritionist … Continue reading Irish Expert Body refuses to admit it puts children at risk – July 2013

Alumni share their passions at UCD TEDx event

UCD joined Ireland's TEDx Club in June UCD joined the TEDx club in June by organising a day of TED-style inspirational talks by former students. TED is a non-profit organisation devoted to ‘ideas worth spreading’, which started as a conference in California 26 years ago. It created the TEDx programme to bring people together to … Continue reading Alumni share their passions at UCD TEDx event