At the LWL graduation ceremony on International Women’s Day was celebration of the achievements of learners. Article “Graduation Ceremony at Longford Women’s Link” was published in Longford Leader on 19th March 2017.
EOLAS, March 29th, 2016, article “Legislating for equality in politics”
“It was this stance that sparked a lively debate and led to the creation of the ‘5050 Group’. They were followed by organizations such as the
Longford Women’s Link and Women’s Manifesto, Women into Public Life and Women for Election who ran campaigns to increase women’s participation in public life.”
Longford Leader, March 18th, 2016, article “The Unsung Heroines – Longford Women in the Rising”.
“Unsung Heroines – Longford Women in the 1916 Rising” a drama by Longford Women’s Link and Longford Women’s Manifesto group that was staged in Barneys in Longford town on Friday, March 11th. Scripted and performed by Manifesto group and LWL with students from Templemichael College. This short drama was performed twice.
Radio Shannonside: Longford Women’s Link says what happened at the recent Fianna Fáil selection convention damages what they’re trying to do in getting more women into politics. It was broadcasted at the News programme on the 6th of November. Listen “LWL says Longford Fianna Fail convention damaged campaign to get women into politics”.
“Founders’ vision praised at Longford Women’s Link anniversary party” in Longford Leader on 22nd of October.
“Women’s Link celebrates 20 years” in Longford Leader on 15th of October.
“Pathway to a Stronger Democracy” in the news paper Donegal Democrat on 3rd of October.
LEO Longford, in association with Longford Women’s Link and the Longford Women in Business Network, hosted a Women in Business Event at the Sin Bin Event Centre. Article “Huge interest in Enterprise Week” was published in Longford Leader on 1st of October.
Radio Shannonside about access to information in the County Council. It was broadcasted at the News programme on the 10th of September. Listen “Survey finds information on some county council meetings can be limited to the public”.