Apr 14, 2021
In this episode we chat with the incredibly passionate, and "make it happen" Naomi Masheti, who is the Programme Coordinator for the Cork Migrant Centre at Nano Nagle Place.
She talks about their work with migrants in Cork, many who are living in Direct Provision Centres.
She explains how It always starts with...
Apr 7, 2021
Siobhan Allen, Head of Ministry at Nano Nagle Place talks about "that moment" on her first day of school when she decided that she wanted to be a teacher.
She chats about her career working in "special" schools, coming out of semi-retirement for this role and how rewarding it is overseeing the work of the Men's Group,...
Apr 1, 2021
In this episode we chat with a fantastic retired couple, Bernard and Joyce Bosonnet who are volunteers at Nano Nagle Place.
From knowing very little about Nano Nagle, they are now totally immersed and are huge ambassadors for her and her incredible story, doing meet and greet and taking visitors on guided tours.
Mar 26, 2021
When Agnes O'Sullivan saw the development nearing completion she put it on her "vision board" that she wanted to work there, as she felt drawn to this special place for some reason.
Her wish came true and she admits herself that it never feels like work!
She chats about her role, about the profound effect that it has on...
Mar 18, 2021
In this episode we chat with CEO of Nano Nagle Place, Shane Clarke.
We get an insight into his career and experience before he took this role and he explains what drew him to it.
We also discuss how special the place and the people involved are to him, how it has developed since the doors opened and how the vision of...