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We are a podcast team based in Ireland who want to promote a new and Shared Ireland.

The aim of our 'A Conversation With' podcast is to begin a dialogue & debate on how to achieve this.

A Conversation With Shared Ireland

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    • 4.7 • 19 Ratings

We are a podcast team based in Ireland who want to promote a new and Shared Ireland.

The aim of our 'A Conversation With' podcast is to begin a dialogue & debate on how to achieve this.

    A Conversation With Emma DeSouza

    A Conversation With Emma DeSouza

    Emma DeSouza is an Irish writer, political commentator,[1] journalist and campaigner. Emma took the first human rights case[10] of the Good Friday Agreement when she and her US husband sued the British Home Secretary over her right to be accepted as Irish under the terms of the Agreement. Emma's other campaign work includes voting rights for Irish Citizens Abroad and campaigning for full implementation of the Good Friday Agreement. She is also running as an independent candidate in Fermanagh and South Tyrone at the 2022 Northern Ireland Assembly election.

    • 45 min
    A Conversation With Linda Dillon

    A Conversation With Linda Dillon

    Linda Dillion is a member of Sinn Féin. Originally from Armagh, she has been an MLA for Mid Ulster since 2016.

    • 46 min
    A Conversation With Brian Donaldson

    A Conversation With Brian Donaldson

    Freelance Chef who was worked for the NI soccer team and lobbyist in charge of ExcludedNI Brian Donaldson outlines his visions and hopes for the future, discussing his PUL background, the constitutional question and in particular - the need for a plan for Unity

    • 1 hr 4 min
    A Conversation With Sorcha Eastwood

    A Conversation With Sorcha Eastwood

    First elected to Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council in 2019, Sorcha was also Alliance candidate for the Westminster election later that year, achieving Alliance’s best-ever result in the constituency.

    A lifelong resident of Lagan Valley, she has worked with many people and organisations across the constituency on a range of issues, including mental health, education, jobs and climate change.

    Sorcha is a champion for young and vulnerable people, having worked hard on improving youth employment, youth mental health and safeguarding issues.

    • 1 hr 12 min
    A Conversation With Stephen Donnan-Dalzell

    A Conversation With Stephen Donnan-Dalzell

    Stephen Donnan-Dalzell is a freelance writer, commentator and LGBTQ activist. Working in mental health & addictions. They/Them

    • 1 hr 2 min
    A Conversation With Caoimhín McCann - Ógra Shinn Féin

    A Conversation With Caoimhín McCann - Ógra Shinn Féin

    Belfast native and National Chairperson of Ógra Shinn Féin Caoimhín McCann speaks to us about the importance of community activism, the role of youth in politics and building momentum in the discussions around Irish Unity

    • 1 hr 8 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

pokey marley ,

Andy Pollak

This was a fascinating discussion not only for APs views but the interviewer’s .i come from a northern nationalist background and the interviewer , good man that he is, reflects northern nationalists’prejudices and views that appear to have hardly moved in 50 years. What AP was arguing was making no headway against 50%plus1 version of democracy . And interviewer just ignored, not malignly,the important point that unionism would have no truck with talk of unity and without their input all this talk of UI is just delusional compounded by occurring within a n nationalist echo chamber.thats the point AP consistently made but it failed to register at all.
Here’s a thot, given the interviewer’s refusal(v reflective of n nationalism in general)to consider there’s more to democracy than majority voting why dont you Have a little round table forum on “democracy” with political and esp academic contributors...in addition a further one on , pending UI, how can NI be made to work?good one for nationalism in general and esp to include republicans, if you can find any who would even countenance that.Bit like a mirror image of their Unionist counterparts who refuse to concede a UI or give it the time of day....good luck with that but keep up the good work.

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