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 https://www.axellemag.be/
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.