Thursday 28 March 2019

Members interviewed for Belgian magazine

Participants share opinions on women's role in peacebuilding and the impact of Brexit

The Next Chapter was delighted to be contacted by French journalist Manon Deniau (Twitter handle @MaDeniau ) to facilitate interviews with participants about women's role in peacebuilding and the impact of Brexit.
Manon, a freelance journalist, has been working on women's rights, LGBT rights and Brexit and following those issues for the past two years and is currently writing a piece about women's organizations and women's role in peacebuilding and the impact of Brexit for the feminist Belgian magazine Axelle

Manon visited the region this week and attended a Louth Chapter Meeting in Dundalk on Tuesday night and met with participants from the Belfast, Lisburn & Castlereagh Chapter Hub at Parliament Buildings, Stormont, on Wednesday. Joanne Jennings, Head of Programmes, also joined the discussion on Wednesday.

Photo above: Pictured with Journalist Manon Deniau at Louth Chapter Meeting are Noirin Coughlan, Sarah Matthews and Amy Farrell.

Photo below: Pictured at Parliament Buildings with Journalist Manon Deniau are participants from Belfast, Lisburn & Castlereagh Chapter Heather Palmer, Deborah Hughes, Catherine Leonard and Lori Gatsi-Barnett, and Joanne Jennings, Head of Programmes.