Mary Immaculate Secondary School

Politics Needs Women

Emma Haran, Emma Vaughan & Bláthnaid Marsh invited to the Department of Justice St. Stephen's Green
Politics Needs Women

Emma Vaughan and Bláthnaid Marsh together with their teacher Ms. Aoife Griffin and principal John O'Loughlin attended the screening of the finalist's entries in the school's video competition 'Politics Needs Women'. The screening, from 14 secondary schools across the country, took place in The Atrium of the Department of Justice on Thursday 28 March 2019.

Congratulations to Emma Haran (unable to attend), Bláthnaid Marsh and Emma Vaughan for their video entry and being shortlisted for screening.

Prior to the screening we went for a walk in St. Stephen's Green. St. Stephen’s Green Park has played witness to many of the turbulent episodes of Irish history, with the most famous being the role it played in the in the 1916 Easter rising. Other notable features included:

  • A bust of James Joyce facing his former university at Newman House.
  • A memorial to the Fenian leader Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa near the Grafton Street entrance.
  • A memorial to the Great Famine of 1845-1850 by Edward Delaney.
  • A statue of Robert Emmet standing opposite his birthplace at no. 124.
  • A statue presented by the President of the Federal Republic of Germany in 1997 'in gratitude of the help given to German children by Irish people after World War II'

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