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NUIG help people break down barriers by dressing for success

 NUIG help people break down barriers by dressing for success

 

21-May-2019 - breakingnews.ie

All 15 participants were women - mainly because the Dress for Success charity was founded to promote women's economic independence.
"All the research is showing that young men are becoming increasingly under-represented in their own right, in addition to groups facing obstacles such as Travellers, those living in direct provision, and people with disabilities," Ms Byrne said.
Six residents of the Eglinton direct provision hostel in Galway, one member of the Travelling community and several women with disabilities participated in the sessions in the Aula Maxima, organised with NUIG' s office of the Vice President for Equality and Diversity.
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Priscilla Uwoze Ehledu (37) from Nigeria is a mother of two children, holds a BA in music and said she hoped to study further and "add to this society where I am now".

 

 

 NUIG help people break down barriers by dressing for success

 

21-May-2019 - carlow-nationalist.ie


All 15 participants were women - mainly because the Dress for Success charity was founded to promote women's economic independence.
"All the research is showing that young men are becoming increasingly under-represented in their own right, in addition to groups facing obstacles such as Travellers, those living in direct provision, and people with disabilities," Ms Byrne said.
Six residents of the Eglinton direct provision hostel in Galway, one member of the Travelling community and several women with disabilities participated in the sessions in the Aula Maxima, organised with NUIG' s office of the Vice President for Equality and Diversity.
Priscilla Uwoze Ehledu (37) from Nigeria is a mother of two children, holds a BA in music and said she hoped to study further and "add to this society where I am now". The programme, which is designed for school leavers and mature students who cannot get to third-level by standard routes, is run in a number of universities and institutes of technology across the State.

 

 

 NUIG help people break down barriers by dressing for success

21-May-2019 - irishexaminer.com
All 15 participants were women - mainly because the Dress for Success charity was founded to promote women's economic independence.
"All the research is showing that young men are becoming increasingly under-represented in their own right, in addition to groups facing obstacles such as Travellers, those living in direct provision, and people with disabilities," Ms Byrne said.
Six residents of the Eglinton direct provision hostel in Galway, one member of the Travelling community and several women with disabilities participated in the sessions in the Aula Maxima, organised with NUIG' s office of the Vice President for Equality and Diversity.
READ MORE
Carlow has the highest rate of divorce in Ireland
Priscilla Uwoze Ehledu (37) from Nigeria is a mother of two children, holds a BA in music and said she hoped to study further and "add to this society where I am now".
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