Liz met with the US congressional delegation is to visit Ireland this April.
Liz O’Donnell spoke at a Represent Ambassadors Forum in Monaghan recently. This was a gathering of women involved in peace building in the border region. Minister Heather Humphries addressed the event and Liz shared in a panel discussion on the […]
Liz O’Donnell attended the launch of a memoir by Seamus Mallon – “A shared Home Place”. Former Taoiseach Brian Cowan spoke to the gathering in Dublin which comprised former colleagues from politics , family and friends . Pictured with Liz and Seamus […]
In 2018, the Houses of the Oireachtas commemorates the 100th anniversary of the parliamentary vote for women in Ireland. 1918 was the first time Irish women were permitted by law to vote and stand in parliamentary elections. 1918 was also […]
Liz was invited to Boston College to launch the Cambridge History of Ireland. Written by a team of more than 100 leading historians from around the world, the Cambridge History of Ireland is the most comprehensive and authoritative history of […]
Building Peace: The Belfast/Good Friday agreement 20 years on Liz O’Donnell joined other key figures from the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement period gathered at Queen’s University Belfast to mark the Agreement’s 20th Anniversary. Chair of the talks and former US Special […]
Des O’Malley’s autobiography – ‘Conduct Unbecoming’ – is an essential educational read for anyone who cares about Irish politics. From the late 1960s to the early Noughties, his intellectual rigour, search for truth and plain speaking made him a role […]