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Paddy Healy, Seanad Candidate-Policy Position

March 14, 2011 Leave a comment

Tá Leagan Gaeilge faoi bhun an phíosa seo
Paddy Healy, Former President, TUI,
Independent Candidate for Seanad Eireann
Endorsed Irish Nurses and Mid-Wives Organisation (INMO)
Supported by Signatures of 167 Public Servants across all grades!
Tireless Campaigner for Education and Public Services
An Independent Voice for All Public Servants including Teachers, Lecturers, Social Workers, Health Workers, All Administrative and Maintenance Staff , and all Public Service Pensioners as New Government Promises to eliminate 25,000 Jobs
A Voice for Academic Freedom As New Government Reinforces Existing Threats and Department of Education threatens further pay cuts for Lecturers.
A Voice For Post-Doctoral Researchers,Postgrads and Temporary Teachers
A Voice for all employees, the unemployed, Occupational Pensioners and the Needy at Home and Abroad
Tireless Campaigner
Paddy is Chairman of the National Public Service Alliance—an informal alliance of public service trade union activists which is fighting public service pay cuts, pension levy, work overload, staffing moratorium and destruction of conditions of service under the Croke Park Deal
He is Convenor of the Campaign for Academic Freedom which recently held a gathering of 200 academics in the Gresham Hotel to resist threats to academic freedom, permanency and tenure arising out of the implementation of the Croke Park Deal in Third level institutions: The New Government in its programme threatens: “We will introduce radical reform in third level institutions to maximise existing funding, in particular, reform of academic contracts and will encourage greater specialisation by educational institutions.”
He is resisting the imposition of business models on 3rd Level education as proposed in the Hunt Report
He is organising opposition to the shameful treatment of Post-doctoral Researchers in third level institutions and seeking a permanent career structure for researchers and a new deal under which Postgraduate Students carrying out teaching work would get properly paid for each hour worked. He is totally opposed to the attempt to make Student Nurses work for nothing.
He is Chairman of the Campaign to Reverse the Pension Cuts which is organising a legal challenge to the recent public service pension cuts. He is fighting for the removal of the Universal Social Charge which is unfairly reducing private occupational pensions.
He is campaigning against cuts in public services such as health, education and social work and the elimination of jobs under the staffing moratorium.
He is campaigning for the restoration of the full quota of Special Duties and Assistant Principal posts in schools
Job Creation and Investment
He advocates a major programme of state job creation in sophisticated modern industry to employ the 100,000 qualified people who are now on the dole and being forced to emigrate
He is continuing his long standing campaign to increase investment in Education at all levels.
About Paddy Healy
More at http://wp.me/PKzXa-2
Chair National Public Service Alliance, Global Solidarity Champion,
Former President Teachers Union of Ireland(TUI), Lecturer in Physics(retd),
Research Interest: Musical Instrument Acoustics, Former member of
Governing Body and Academic Council DIT,
Ag Freastail ar Daonscoil na Mumhan sa Rinn gach blian,
Former Treasurer Irish National Organisation of the Unemployed(INOU),
Former Executive Member Dublin Council of Trade Unions.
He Lives at Griffith Court, Fairview, D 3 and is a native of Clonmel, Co Tipperary

Radical Change Needed
To make possible the objectives set out above, Fundamental Change is required.
Government Policy
Irish sovereignty must be recovered by facing down the EU and the IMF and insisting on a structured negotiated default under which the debts of banks, then privately owned, would not be paid while rescuing small investors and credit unions. The capitulation of the New Government to the EU/IMF will lead to disaster.
Mortgage Debt on principal domestic residences which was inflated during the property bubble must be reduced. Interest rates must be frozen and the capital sum reduced to current house values. Evictions must be banned.
The 90 Billion lent out recklessly by finance houses since 2003 must be recovered. This can be done by the imposition of a tax on large assets outside the domestic residence and the farm.
Reductions in Social Welfare, and increased taxes on the lowly paid must be reversed.
Cuts in Public services must end now. Cuts in disability services and in Special Needs Provision are particularly reprehensible

Trade Union Reform
The ICTU leadership has failed the members of trade unions. Members of the leadership sat on the Board of the Central Bank and on the the National Social and Economic Council(NESC) and on bodies such as the Board of Fás through the period of reckless borrowing and extreme right-wing policies. Apart from faint bleatings, nobody shouted stop.
Now there are 450,000 people on the dole, one thousand per week emigrating, public service pay and pensions cut, thousands of frontline posts eliminated, massive increase in workload of teachers, lecturers, nurses, other health professionals, social workers and public servants generally, cuts in social welfare benefits etc
No w the, The SIPTU leader who is also ICTU President is reported as having given qualified support to the formation of a FG-LAB coalition whose programme for Government contains a commitment to eliminate 25,000 public service jobs!! “Siptu chief Jack O’Connor claimed the Programme for Government was the best of the alternatives available” Irish Independent 07/03
There has been a total leadership failure in ICTU
The calling off of campaigns and the supine acceptance of cuts and income reductions has disoriented thousands of members.
In my forthcoming book which is available on line at http://wp.me/pKzXa-gw ,I argue for complete renewal of the trade union movement both in its leadership and structures to restore control of the unions to members. This renewal must come from within the movement without legislative interference. The title of the work is : “How ICTU Failed US, the Necessity for Election and Regular Re-Election of General Secretaries.”
Supporters Who Recommend NO 1 Vote for Paddy Healy
I am very grateful to the 167 public servants who are recommending a vote for me to colleagues. I regret that the full list can only be read on my Blog immediately below this post or at:
http://wp.me/pKzXa-gB
All have added their names in a personal capacity
Domhnall Sheridan, Chair Dublin Colleges (DIT) Branch, TUI
Cathleen Bowen, Retired Hospital Manager,
Secretary, Campaign for Reversal of Public Service Pension Cuts, Cork
Ben Bishop Chair Dublin City Post Primary Branch, TUI
Dr Colmán Etchingham, Chair NUI Maynooth Branch
Executive Member, Irish Federation of University Teachers
Prof Vincent Toal, School of Physics, DIT
Oisin Kelly, Former Education Officer, UCD Students Union
Prof Kathleen Lynch, Equality Studies, UCD
John O’Sullivan, Lecturer in Engineering, CIT, Cork
Dr Gordon Dalton, Chair Association of Research Contract Staff, UCC,
President of Irish Research Staff Association.
Sean Connolly,Teacher,Rathmines College of Further Education. Dublin
Professor James Heffron MRIA, Department of Biochemistry, UCC
Prof Tadhg Foley, Emeritus, NUI Galway
Dr. Tony Bonfield, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick.
Prof Sean Tobin, Emeritus, NUI Galway
Dr Keith Breen, School of Politics, QUB
Peter Homan,Outreach Worker , South Dublin, HSE
Prof Mary Gallagher, French Studies, UCD
Professor Dermot Barnes-Holmes, Psychology, NUI Maynooth
Andy Storey, Lecturer, School of Politics,UCD,
Chair Action From Ireland (AFRI)
Donnacha O’hEallaithe, Indreabhán, Conamara
Dr Kevin Farrell, Executive Member, TUI
Gerald Brennan, Chairman Cork City Schools, TUI
Barry Williams, Chair, Co Louth Branch, TUI
Manus Brennan, Executive Member, TUI , Donegal Town
Deputy Seamus Healy, TD, South Tipperary
James McMorrow, Co Leitrim Branch Secretary, TUI
Josephine O Donnell, CEO VEC, Co Longford (Retired)
Prof Michael Cronin, DCU
Fergus Hastings, Staff Officer, GISC, Castlebar.
Professor Gary Henehan, Food Science, DIT
John Evoy, Gorey Adult Learning Centre Manager, Co. Wexford VEC
Dr Eabhnat Ní Fhloinn,Director, Maths Centre, DCU
Andy Storey, Lecturer, School of Politics,UCD, Chair AFRI
Kieran Walshe, BoyneBranch, TUI
Oliver McCormack, Teacher (RETD), Tullamore, Co Offally
Dr David O Brien, Lecturer, DIT
Bernie Freeman, Clerical officer, HSe West, Nenagh, Co Tipp
Dr Eilish O’Donohoe, Lecturer in Chemistry, DIT
Aitheasc Seanaid
Paddy Healy, Iar-Uachtarán, Aontas Múinteoirí na hÉireann
Iarrthóir Neamhspleách do Sheanad Éireann
Tacaithe ag Eagras Altraí is Cnáimhseach na hÉireann
Tacaithe ag breis agus 167 Seirbhíseach Poiblí !
Feachtasóir gan Staonadh thar cheann Seirbhísí Oideachais agus Poiblí
Guth Neamhspleách do na Seirbhísigh Phoiblí go léir, ina measc, Múinteoirí, Léachtóirí, Oibrithe Sóisialta, Oibrithe Sláinte, na Baill Fhoirne go léir Riaracháin agus Cothabhála, agus Pinsinéirí go léir na Seirbhíse Poiblí, ag an am cinniúnach seo mar a bhfuil an Rialtas Nua díreach chun 25,000 post a chur ar neamhní
Guth ar son Saoirse Acadúla díreach mar atá an Rialtas Nua ag cur leis na Bagairtí atá ann roimhe seo agus an Roinn Oideachais ag Bagairt Tuilleadh Gearrthacha fós ar phá Léachtóirí
Guth thar cheann Taighdeoirí Iar-Dhochtúireachta agus Iarchéime, agus Múinteoirí Neamh-bhuana
Guth thar cheann na bhFostaithe, na Neamh-Fhostaithe, na bPinsinéirí Ceirde, agus iad sin atá i nGátar anseo in Éirinn agus thar Lear

Feachtasóir gan Staonadh
Is Cathaoirleach é Paddy ar Chomhar Náisiúnta na Seirbhíse Poiblí, ar comhar neamhfhoirmiúil é de ghníomhaithe ceardchumann sa tseirbhís phoiblí atá ag troid i gcoinne raon ábhar – na gearrthacha pá sa tseirbhís, an tobhach pinsin, an forualach oibre, an moratóir ar athsholáthar foirne, agus scrios na gcoinníolacha oibre trí bhíthin shocrú Páirc an Chrócaigh
Is Tionólaí é ar an bhFeachtas faoi Shaoirse Acadúil a raibh tionól de 200 acadóirí san Óstán Gresham, chun na bagairtí ar shaoirse acadúil, ar bhuaine phostanna agus ar shealbhaíocht atá á bhrú ar aghaidh faoi shocrú Páirc an Chrócaigh sna h-institiúidí tríú leibhéal, a chloí. I gclár an Rialtais Nua bagraítear, ‘Tabharfaimíd isteach leasú bunúsach sna h-institiúidí tríú leibhéal chun an t-uasmhéid a bhaint amach leis an maoiniú reatha, agus go príomha, na conarthaí acadúla a leasú agus níos mó speisialtóireachta a spreagadh sna h-institiúidí oideachais’. Tá Paddy ag cur i gcoinne mionsamhlacha gnó a chur i bhfeidhm ar oideachas tríú leibhéal, mar a mholadh i dTuarascáil Hunt.
Tá sé ag eagrú freasúra i gcoinne na mí-úsáide suaraí náirí a riartar ar thaighdeoirí iar-dhochtúireachta sna h-institiúidí tríú leibhéal agus ag iarraidh struchtúr buan slí bheatha a bhunú do thaighdeoirí agus socrú nua ina n-iocfaí i gceart na mic léinn iarchéime a dhéanann obair mhúinteoireachta, agus é sin i gcomhair gach uair oibre. Tá sé lán i gcoinne na hiarrachta atá ar siúl chun na mic léinn altranais a chur ag obair gach phá.
Is Cathaoirleach é ar an bhFeachtas chun an Gearrthacha Pinsin a Chur ar Chúl atá ag eagrú agóide dlíthiúla i gcoinne na ngearrthacha pinsin sa tseirbhís phoiblí a rinneadh le déanaí.
Tá sé ag troid chun an Táille Shóisialta Uilíoch a chur ar cheal, táille a laghdaíonn pinsin phríobháideacha cheirde go héagórach.
Tá sé i mbhun feachtais i gcoinne na ngearrthacha sna seirbhísí poiblí cosúil le sláinte, oideachas agus obair shóisialta, agus cailiúint na bpost sa mhoratóir ar athsholáthar foirne.
Tá sé i mbhun feachtais freisin chun an cion iomlán post dualgas speisialta agus leas-phríomhoide a thabhairt ar ais sna scoileanna.

Cruthú Post agus Infheistíocht
Molann Paddy ollchlár cruthaithe post ag an stát in ard-tionsclaíochtaí nua-aoiseacha a earcódh 100,000 duine cáilithe atá anois ar an dól agus faoi bhrú imeacht ar an mbád bán.
Tá sé ag leanúint lena fheachtas fadtéarmach chun an infheistíocht san Oideachas a mhéadú ag gach leibhéal.

Tá tuilleadh mar gheall ar Paddy Healy ag http://wp.me/PKzXa-2

Supporters Who Recommend A NO 1 Vote for Paddy Healy

March 7, 2011 1 comment

” You have to hand it to Paddy Healy who appears to be leading the fight for academic freedom, now under threat from the Croke Park Agreement and the Hunt Report.
Healy, the former TUI president and future Seanad candidate, secured over 150 signatories to a protest letter in this newspaper. The signatories included TCD academic Hugh Gibbons, president of the “rival” Irish Federation of University Teachers.
Healy also organised Saturday’s well-attended protest meeting in the Gresham Hotel in Dublin”.Sean Flynn, Irish Times Jan 11

Supporters Who Recommend NO 1 Vote for Paddy Healy in Seanad Election
I am very grateful to the 150 public servants who are recommending a vote for me to colleagues. I regret that the full list could not be printed on my election literature.
All have added their names in a personal capacity

Domhnall Sheridan, Chair Dublin Colleges (DIT) Branch, TUI
Cathleen Bowen, Retired Hospital Manager, Secretary, Campaign for Reversal of PS Pension Cuts, Cork
Ben Bishop Chair Dublin City Post Primary Branch, TUI
Dr Colmán Etchingham, Chair NUI Maynooth Branch ,Executive Member, Irish Federation of University Teachers
Prof Vincent Toal, School of Physics, DIT
Prof Kathleen Lynch, Equality Studies, UCD
John O’Sullivan, Lecturer in Engineering, CIT, Cork
Dr Gordon Dalton, Chair Association of Research Contract Staff, UCC, President of Irish Research Staff Association.
Sean Connolly,Teacher,Rathmines College of Further Education. Dublin
Professor James Heffron MRIA, Department of Biochemistry, UCC
Prof Tadhg Foley, Emeritus, NUI Galway
Pirooz Daneshmandi, Global Solidarity
Dr. Tony Bonfield, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick.
Prof Sean Tobin, Emeritus, NUI Galway
Dr Keith Breen, School of Politics, QUB
Prof Daphne Gilbert, Emeritus, Mathematics, DIT
Peter Homan,Outreach Worker , South Dublin, HSE
Prof Mary Gallagher, French Studies, UCD
Professor Dermot Barnes-Holmes, Psychology, NUI Maynooth
Andy Storey, Lecturer, School of Politics,UCD, Chair Action From Ireland (AFRI)
Donnacha O’hEallaithe, Indreabhán, Conamara
Dr Kevin Farrell, Executive Member, TUI
Gerald Brennan, Chairman Cork City Schools, TUI
Dr. Kevin T. Kelly, Head of Department of Electrical Services, DIT
Barry Williams, Chair, Co Louth Branch, TUI
Manus Brennan, Executive Member, TUI , Donegal Town
Deputy Seamus Healy, TD, South Tipperary
James McMorrow, Co Leitrim Branch Secretary, TUI
Josephine O Donnell, CEO VEC, Co Longford (Retired)
Prof Michael Cronin, DCU
Fergus Hastings, Staff Officer, GISC, Castlebar.
Professor Gary Henehan, Food Science, DIT
John Evoy, Gorey Adult Learning Centre Manager, Co. Wexford VEC
Dr Eabhnat Ní Fhloinn,Director, Maths Centre, DCU
Andy Storey, Lecturer, School of Politics,UCD, Chair AFRI
Kieran Walshe, BoyneBranch, TUI
Oliver McCormack, Teacher (RETD), Tullamore, Co Offally
Dr David O Brien, Lecturer, DIT
Dr Eilish O’Donohoe, Lecturer in Chemistry, DIT
Tom Fennell, lecturer in Marketing (retd.), DIT
Dr Catherine Lowry-O’Neill,Lecturer in Education ,WIT
Pat Ahern, Lecturer in Maths, CIT, Cork
Dr David Meehan, Lecturer,Faculty of Engineering,DIT Bolton Street .
Dr Bridget McAdam-O’Connell, School of Sociology,,UCC
Therese Downes, Counsellor, HSE
Tina MacVeigh, Community Worker, Dublin 8
Denise Dunphy, Lecturer in Media, DIT
Gallagher, Martin , Revenue Comissioners, CPSU
Dr Thomaé Kakouli-Duarte, Lecturer in Biosciences, IT Carlow
Fran Mansfield, Retired, Public Servant
Susan Flannery, Lecturer in Accounting, CIT, Cork
Theo Smith, Porter, St James Hospital
Anne Ryan, Retired Teacher, Mrino College , CDVEC
Mary Brennan,Insurance Manager,HSE
Dr Peadar O’Grady, Consultant Child Psychiatrist.
Joseph O’Donnell, TUI, Stranorlar, Co Donegal
Dr Louis Armstrong, Head of School of Biological Sciences, DIT
Dr Juliet Bressan,Addiction Services,Best Selling Author ,HSE
Bernadette Mooney,IT Professional,HSE
Rita O’Neill,National Education Welfare Board
Domhnall Sheridan, Chair, Dublin Colleges Branch TUI
Siobhán Healy, Dietician, Tallaght Hospital
Anne O Donnell, Maths Teacher (Retired)
Anne-Michelle Healy , Librarian, Dun Laoire/ Rathdown Co council
Ella Darcy, Open Farm, Pallas Hill Drombane Co Tipp
Billy Darcy, Teagasc Adviser, (Retired), Pallas Hill , Drumbane , Co Tipp
Aisling Healy, Muinteoir Gaeilge, Clochar na Trocaire, Carraig nu Súire
Johnny McCarthy, Lecturer in Music, CIT Cork School of Music
Camillus Healy, EMTA (retired), HSE, Clonmel
Kevin Hurley, UCD (retired)
Dr BrianMurray, Lecturer of Chemistry, IT Tallaght
Dr Barbara BradbyDepartment of Sociology, Trinity College
Theresa Urbainczyk, Associate Professor, Classics, University College Dublin
Marie Humphrys, Vice Chair, Dublin City post primary Branch TUI
Thomond Coogan, Administrator, Adult Education, UCD, Dublin
Dr Sarah Alyn Stacey, Senior Lecturer, FTCD,French Department,Trinity College
Jim Darcy, Croke Park, Cumann Lúth-Chleas Gael
Liz Farrell Chair, Co Carlow Branch, TUI
Dr Paul O’Brien,Lecturer,Faculty of Visual Culture,NCAD
Oliver McCormack, Teacher of Mathematics(RETD), Tullamore, Co Offally
Owen McCormack CIE worker, Trade union activist.
Eimear Finnegan,Social Worker, HSE, Swords
Siofra Pierse, Lecturer in French, UCD
ProfessorDiane Negra, Film Studies, UCD
Barry Mc Intyre , Sec IADT Branch ,TUI
Anne-Marie Luby, Principal,TUI, Killybeggs, Co Donegal
Pat Fleming, Co. Carlow TUI.
Caroline Brady,Administrator,Vice-President for Students, Tierney Building, UCD
Patsi Lynch, Retired, HSE, Kilkenny
Pat Corcoran, Anti Cuts and Anti War Activist.
Prof Liam Breatnach , School of Celtic Studies, DI
Camillus Healy, EMTA (retired), HSE, Clonmel
Nuala Buckley, Retired Sec Teacher, Inniscarra, Cork
Anne Ryan, Retired Teacher, Marino College , CDVEC
Ben Bishop Chair Dublin City Post Primary branch, TUI
Mary Bushe, Technical Officer – Assessment Unit, UCD, Dublin
Dr Leonie Duignan, School of Celtic Studies, NUI Maynooth, Co Kildare.
Dr Judith Devlin , Lecturer in History, UCD
Dr Bridget McAdam-O’Connell, School of Sociology,,UCC
Dr Jürgen Uhlich, Department of Irish and Celtic languages,Trinity College
DR Veronica O’Dwyer, Lecturer, DIT, Dublin
Antaine Ó Faracháin, Leachtoir i nGaeilge, DIT
Dr Wolfgang Marx , lecturer in Music,
Prof. Pat Goodman Lecturer/researcher DIT
Piaras Mac Éinrí, Department of Geography, UCC.
Dr Bernadette Flanagan,Head of Research, All Hallows (DCU),
Dr. Kevin Farrell, Member of the National Executive, TUI
Dore Fischer, Lecturer, Dublin Institute of Technology.
Mike FitzGibbon, Lecturer, UCC
Patty Gray, Lecturer in anthropology, NUIM
Enda Murphy , Lecturer in Geography, UCD
Professor Jim McKernan, College Of Education, University of East Carolina.
Martin Marjoram, Lecturer, Branch Chair of IT Tallaght TUI
Domhnall Sheridan, Branch Chair, Dublin Colleges(DIT) Branch TUI
Dr Michael Carr, Vice Chair, Dublin Colleges (DIT) Branch TUI
Emer McGann, Assistant Lecturer, ITCarlow.
Seán L’Estrange, Lecturer in Sociology, University College Dublin
Profesor Joe Cleary, ,School of English, NUIM
Dr Paula Gilligan, IADT, Dun Laoire
Jacqui O’Riordan, Lecturer, University College Cork
Prof Michael Cronin, DCU
Helen Lambkin , Lecturer in Biology,DIT
Dr Alan Grossman, Lecturer, Dublin Insitute of Technology.
An t-Ollamh Matthew Hussey, emeritus, DIT, Baile Átha Cliath.
Dr Ciaran Taylor, Lecturer of Mathematics, IT Tallaght
Dara McHugh, Lecturer, IT Carlow
Dr Mary Roche,Department of Geography , UCC
Patrick Mansfield , Lecturer in Computing(Retired), IT Tallaght
Phyllis Prendergast,Assistant Staff Officer,DIT
Denise McDonnell, Senior Executive Assistant, UCD.
Dr Dominic Dillane, Lecturer in Statistics, DIT
Orla Cosgrave,(Ex Hr Manager) , University College Dublin
Margaret O’Sullivan Farrell, Lecturer in Music, DIT, Dublin City
Dr James Walsh,School of Physics,DIT
Fran Mansfield, Dublin Tourism (Retired)
Dr Ronnie Moore ,Lecturer ,UCD
Dr Joseph Power,Senior Lecturer in Chemistry, WIT
Gerald Morgan [gmorgan1066@gmail.com]
Dr F.M. Lyng,Radiation and Environmental Science Centre,Focas Institute, DIT
Aiden Bell,Lecturer Maths and Information Technology, IT Sligo

Dr. Sharae Deckard, Lecturer, School of English. UCD
Prof. John Cassidy, FRSC, Assistant Head of School,
School of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences,
O’Mahony, Patrick [P.OMahony@ucc.ie]
Hugh O’Reilly,Clerical Officer,Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food,Clonakilty,
Thomas Power, FHEA, MBS (Finance), B.A.(Hons), Grad.Dip.Env.MGT.Lecturer, DIT
Sinead Dore,teacher,Co Leitrim TUI
Paul Kinsella, Clerical Officer, GPO, Dublin.
Leon Conway, Lecturer,Centre for Film Studies,UCD
Mary Flood , Executive Assistant, School of Agriculture, UCD i
DR Cora Stack.Lecturer, It Tallaght
Dr Iain Atack,Lecturer,International Peace Studies, TCD
Eileen Doran,Lecturer, School of Business, DIT.
Dr. Féilim Ó hAdhmaill,School of Applied Social Studies,U.C.C.
David Cotter, Clerical Officer, South Dublin County Council.
Detta Dickinson Department of Mathematics,NUIM
Brian Mcnally [brian.mcnally@dit.ie]
Patrick Kelly Lecturer IT Carlow.
Dr Jesus Maria Frias Celayeta, Acting Head of Department of Food Science, DIT
Martin O’Grady, Lecturer in Psychology, Institute of Technology, Tralee.
Jan Pettersen, Lecturer, DIT, Glenageary, Co. Dublin
Simon Quinn,Lecturer in Accounting & Finance, IT Tralee
Gerry Connell,Lecturer in Culinary Arts,DIT
N Lynch, Co Cavan VEC ,Past Chair of TUI Cavan
Anne Ó Ruairc, ,Lecturer, Department of Health and Science,IT Carlow,
Con Doran, Lecturer, IT Carlow
Fiona Broderick, – Lecturer of Languages , IT Tallaght
Michael O Brien. Teacher, Vocational Sector. Wexford
Dr Peter Herrmann ,Lecturer in Social Policy,UCC
Pat Ahern, Lecturer in Mathematics, CIT, Cork
Dr Diog O’Connell, Lecturer, IADT,Dún laoire
Dr Alice Feldman, sociology, UCD
Debra Laefer, Lecturer, Civil Engineering, UCD, Dublin
Bernie Sherlock, Lecturer in Music, DIT
Marie Guilfoyle, Lecturer in Languages(Retired), DIT
Fergal Greene,Teacher,Clondalkin,Dublin 22
Liam Murphy, Lecturer, DIT, Dublin 8
Arthur Henry, Lecturer, DIT Bolton Street, Dublin
Niall Coakley, Lecturer in Electronic Engineering, DIT
Joe Kellegher, Lecturer in Electronic Engineering, DIT.
Ailish O’ Brien Lecturer IT Carlow
Áine O Neill, Lecturer, IT Carlow