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  • Liz O'Donnell Columnist

    Liz O'Donnell Columnist

    - for the Irish Independent newspaper.
    Photo by Barry McCall
  • Consultant, Lecturer  and Advisor

    Consultant, Lecturer and Advisor

    - in the field of government relations and public affairs.
  • Public Figure

    Public Figure

    - engages in a wide variety of charitable works and fundraising.
  • Former Politician

    Former Politician

    - TD for Dublin South from 1992 to 2007.

Columnist and Book Reviewer

Liz O’Donnell is an opinion columnist in the Irish Independent daily newspaper which enjoys the biggest readership in Ireland. She writes mainly on politics and public affairs.

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Consultant & Lecturer

Liz O’Donnell provides Consultancy, Lecturing and Advisory services for corporate, educational and various other organisations in the field of government relations and public affairs.

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Public
Figure

Liz O’Donnell engages in a wide variety of charitable works and fundraising as a public figure as being a consistent champion for human rights, development & the rights of minorities

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Former
Politician

Liz O’Donnell was first elected to the Dáil in 1992 and served as Progressive Democrats TD for Dublin South from 1992 to 2007. She retired from politics following the 2007 General Election.

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LIZ CURRENTLY WORKS ON A DIVERSE PORTFOLIO OF ACTIVITIES WHICH INCLUDES BROADCASTING, JOURNALISM, PUBLIC AFFAIRS CONSULTANCY AND LECTURING. SHE REMAINS COMMITTED TO DIVERSITY IN POLITICS AND BUSINESS AND IS AN ADVOCATE ON GENDER EQUITY AND WOMEN’S PARTICIPATION IN PUBLIC LIFE AND POLITICS.


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Mairia Cahill

Mairia Cahill’s refusal to be ‘disappeared’ poses significant problems for Sinn Fein

The Irish Independent

Mairia Cahill is intelligent, attractive and credible. These attributes have contributed to the fomenting of unparalleled political difficulties for Sinn Fein.  Read More…

 


Sinn Féin

Sinn Fein’s skill at channelling voter fury means Government faces a real battle

The Irish Independent

Some commentators have been playing down the significance of this week’s opinion poll showing Sinn Fein level for the first time with Fine Gael at 24pc.  Read More…

 


Price of lasting peace: keep the loyalists happy and accept North remains in UK

The Irish Independent

The recent 20th anniversary of the IRA ceasefire has provided a context for reviews of the distance travelled politically since that seminal event. The passing of both Albert Reynolds and Reverend Ian Paisley have generated much reflection at things said, risks taken and fixed positions changed ultimately for the greater good of stability and peace. By any measure, the peace process has been a success.  Read More…

 

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