I am the Green Party representative for the North-Inner City on Dublin City Council, a community which has been my home for over six years. I have lived in Ireland, England, Uganda and India working in politics, human rights and community development projects. I’m a trade union activist and currently hold a position on the SIPTU Equality Committee. I am a feminist and advocate for gender equality. I worked closely with others as part of the Dublin Central Together for Yes campaign to repeal the eighth amendment in 2018. I am a daily cyclist in Dublin I am passionate about improving walking and cycling conditions in our city to ensure that everyone, of all ages, genders and abilities, can safely use and enjoy our shared public streets. I hold a degree in Anthropology and Development Studies and a Masters in Politics and Public Policy.
Thu, Jul 9, 2020
If you didn't get to make the briefing from Hines Ireland today on the developments planned for the Clonliffe College site please find a summary of the key points below. Please note that this is an early stage plan. Lots of positives in the plan but also elements that we feel could be better. The shortage of good quality housing in the city has not gone away so it is incumbent on us all to make sure the best possible use is made of the site.
Wed, Jul 8, 2020
The streets of our city and our communities are seeing some significant changes at the moment: footpaths are being extended to make social distancing easier, cycle lanes are being created, and existing ones protected.
Fri, Jul 3, 2020
A six week public consultation period on the extension of the 30km/h zones in the city will run from 2 July 2 to 13 August 13.