Tag Archives: Plan Ireland

Deirdre Foley, Student and Beauty Blogger

Deirdre Foley is a 22-year-old beauty blogger at www.vivaadonis.com, francophile and student of Trinity College. She is from Clontarf in Dublin but Paris is her favourite city in the world. Her interests include history, Morrissey, and 80’s movies. Deirdre collects lipstick and metro tickets from every … Continue reading

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Olivia Dempsey, Plan Ireland Volunteer

After studying Social Sciences in UCD, Olivia went travelling around East Africa and got bitten by the travelling bug. Olivia returned a different person with a whole new outlook on life and having developed a passion for the developing world, she … Continue reading

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Mo Kelly, Artist and DJ

Mo Kelly is a Dublin based Artist and DJ, she is a well know face behind the decks in the capital, across the country and internationally, with gigs from Full Moon parties in Thailand, music festivals in India, residencies in Dubai to … Continue reading

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Courtney Smith, fashion stylist

Courtney Smith (or Coco as her fashion friends call her) is admittedly a fashion junkie! With a collection of ‘Vintage Vogues‘ threatening to take-over her studio and a wardrobe bursting with much-loved stylish treasures – it’s no wonder she followed … Continue reading

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Lorna Claire Weightman, fashion blogger

Lorna Weightman established the fashion blog Styleisle.ie in 2009. Lorna’s burning desire for all things fashion started at an early age by playing dress up in her mum’s clothes (like all little girls do). This led to a love of … Continue reading

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Marie Moran, UCD School of Social Justice

Marie Moran is a post-doctoral scholar at the UCD School of Social Justice. She has taught on the Equality Studies programme in UCD since 2005, delivering undergraduate modules on ‘Global Justice’ and ‘Social Justice Movements’, as well as teaching on … Continue reading

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Because I am a…Kiss Magazine Girl

We recently teamed up with Kiss Magazine, Ireland’s only teen magazine, and asked Kiss readers what does it mean to them to be a girl. These are the top quotes we received from Kiss readers Aoife, Kelly, Katy, Nikki, Marie, Kim, Megan, Caoimhe … Continue reading

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