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Old 30-04-2019, 08:47 PM
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First up:
Sharon Nolan (Galway City Central)



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Sharon is an activist and feminist.

Originally from Roscommon, she moved to Galway to attend college and fell in love with the city that she now calls home.

Her core values are based around workers rights, better housing protections, and social justice issues


Next up: Nuala Killeen (Leixlip)



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Nuala played a pivotal role in the campaign to Repeal the 8th Amendment and she was a founding member of the ‘Leixlip for Repeal’ and the ‘Clane for Repeal’ groups.

She also worked on the Kildare Coalition to Repeal and helped to establish other regional groups during the campaign.

Next up: Ellie Kisyombe (Dublin Central)


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Ellie Kisyombe came to Ireland from Malawi in 2011 and has spent several years living in Direct Provision.

During this time she’s lived through and witnessed the uncaring conditions people in this country’s asylum system experience.
You can read more on Ellie in the times article here:
https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/i...tory-ds7225jpc


Don't worry lads, it gets better!

Here is our very own

Holly McKeever Cairns (Bantry)


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Holly McKeever Cairns is a woman on a mission to build a more resilient West Cork.

To end the cycle of boom, bust, emigrate.
To invest in small farms and businesses. To bring our young people back home.

A farmer and small business owner from the Turk Head peninsula, Holly grew up with the Ilen River estuary on one side, and Roaring Water Bay on the other.

She lived and worked abroad for many years in Greece, Spain, UK, USA and Malta, before moving back home to work in the family farm and business, Brown Envelope Seeds.

Holly has a keen interest in sustainable agriculture and how we can work to ensure food security for future generations.

She believes that the answer lies in increased support for small farmers, small business and entrepreneurs.

Now 28, Holly grew up in Aughadown.

She attended Lisheen National school and Schull Community College.

She graduated from UCC with a first class honours with a Master of Science in Organic Horticulture.

As part of her studies, she researched the methods and importance of plant adaptation in the face of unpredictable climates.

Holly has worked with adults with severe neurological and physical disabilities and teenagers with autism.

She has spent time volunteering in Calcutta, Cape Town and Romania.
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