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Professor Pauline Murphy

Professor Pauline Murphy

This archive was donated by Prof Pauline Murphy, who pioneered many women's education initiatives in Northern Ireland. She founded the Northern Ireland Community Education Association (NICEA), and the Training for Women Network (TWN), and developed one of the first formal university programmes for women, when she opened the Women’s Opportunities Unit at Ulster University in 1985. This archive dates from 1984-1999 and contains: leaflets, flyers, press clippings, NICEA Oral History Project Booklets, IT Symposium Paper, A Cry for Learning, Millennium Celebration, Scope Article, Iris Seminar, Human Rights Conference Papers, Telematics training, Iris Evaluation Report, NICEA Community Needs Report, T A About Us, PPPD for Women Paper, Report of 1989 Annual Conference, NICEA Bulletin, Books Ireland Review, Peace to Work EU Book, TWN Annual Reports, Outlook and reports, University of Ulster News, Report of Women's Opportunities Unit, Journal Article in Connuit, Education International, photographs, Evaluation Report, Horizon 2010, UU News Interview.

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