Three Limerick students honoured to present their project in Dublin

Toni Corbett, Robyn Kiely and Manika Chaddad

Three Transition Year students from Thomond Community College are honoured to have been asked to display their BT Young Scientist Project and to discuss their findings at a major conference in Dublin to mark the 2018 Suffrage Centenary.

Toni Corbett, Robyn Kiely and Manika Chaddad completed their project on the lack of female participation in politics. The Conference, to be held on the 1st February, is organised in partnership with the Royal Irish Academy and the Houses of the Oireachtas. It will focus on female suffrage a hundred years on from women securing the right to vote. It will also celebrate the lives and experiences of women in Irish politics, past and present.

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