Lakshmy is joined by Mavis. Mavis describes herself as a mother, community activist, and a refugee. Mavis describes the the uncertainty. joys and pains that these roles hold for her.
George Mulcahy is joined by Maura Keating who is the organiser of Bereaved Children’s Awareness Week and the coordinator of the Irish Childhood Bereavement Network where they discuss a forthcoming event addressing the issue of child bereavement.
Aoife will join Debbie in the studio to talk about Empowerment coaching & also about Imposter Syndrome which is the fear of being ‘found out’ as a ‘fraud’ and that your accomplishments are just down to luck.
Shane Burke speaks with Eve Farrelly from CARI about the work they do to help victimized children of abuse. Eve tells her story.
Shane Burke talks to Lucie Cunningham from TheHomeShare.ie. Lucie will be talking about caring for the elderly and the joy and satisfaction she gets from connecting people.
Lifeline-07-11-2019 – Micheal speak to June Tinsley from the National Council for the Blind in Ireland
Michael Sullivan interviews June Tinsley from the National Council for the Blind in Ireland about the opening of their new store in Skerries and how the public can support the work of NCBI.
Michael Sullivan interviews students from Mount Temple secondary school about Stand Up Awareness Week which runs from 11th-15th of November 2019.
On this edition of Lifeline: Myra and Karl interview graphic designer and illustrator Conor Merriman. He is one of the Irish Artists involved in the Exhibition and Auction in aid of the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre’s 40 year Conference.
Lakshmy is joined by Breda Gahan, Senior Health & HIV and Aids Adviser for the charity Concern Worldwide. Breda talks about the importance of re thinking out side the box and particularly the inclusion of women’s voices in socioeconomic changes that are…
George Mulcahy is joined by Michael Sharp of Near FM Drama Group where they discuss a forthcoming Curtain Up Special on the life and works of Irish Writer Seamus O’Kelly.