NEWS & MEDIA

Totally Dublin: June 2019 ‘Work It’

"Ripping up the rulebook of male-dominated trades, Totally Dublin meets five women ‘tradies’ who wear it, work it and own ...

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Sunday Business Post: Women Apprentices are Starting To Get Hands On

'The number of women in apprenticeships in Ireland is rising, but we are still lagging behind Europe. Efforts are now being made ...

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RTE Nationwide

WITNI introduces tradeswomen from Roscommon, Tipperary and Cork who talk about their career journey in three unique trades. https://www.youtube....

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Sunday Business Post: ‘She Built That’

Construction has long been dominated by men. But the industry is working hard to change that - and to show ...

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Canadian Journal of Commerce

The largest gathering of tradeswomen in the world. The focus for 2018 was the organizing and empowerment of women within ...

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RTE Today Show

Cork Mechanic Gemma Linehan talks about a love for her trade and how she is one of a long line ...

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Today FM: Jen Kelly on Dermot & Dave Show

Jen explains her on-site role in the construction industry and talks about the preconceptions around what women are capable of ...

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Drogheda’s Radio LMFM

Cabinetmaker Jess Tallon interviewed as she nears the completion of her apprenticeship . You can listen to the interview here ...

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Irish Independent: Paul McNeive

Paul McNeive on 2019 budget implications for the property market.  Further on he discusses with Jen Kelly how construction ...

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Construction Management Ireland Magazine

'Me & My Job' - Jen Kelly, WITNI founder at work View full article here. https://issuu....

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Institute of Careers Guidance Counsellors Magazine

"In 2018, as a nation, we would like to assume that we are more open-minded than we were a quarter-century ...

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Dublin 92.5 Phoenix FM

WITNI tradeswomen Sara Murphy (Carpenter) and Kate Meleady (Avionics Engineer) interviewed about being women in the trades. ...

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Womanthology UK

'In essence, WITNI is a team effort to create role models, to inspire one another and you can read about ...

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The Irish Examiner: Trades Not Just Jobs For the Boys

'Picture a painter, an electrician, an engineer, or a builder on a building site. Who do you see? If you’re ...

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The Irish Sun: Jills of All Trades

'Meet the trailblazing Irish women taking up trades as successful mechanics, plumbers and construction workers.' View the full article here.   ...

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Newstalk interview

Jen Kelly of WITNI and Krystyna Linkowska of LMC Group interviewed by George Hook about being women in the Irish construction industry: ...

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‘Scaling New Heights’ Cover story Construction Industry Federation Magazine

'We have much to do to persuade women that they are genuinely welcome on site'. You can view the article ...

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RTE: ‘A Woman’s Work’ by Beta Bajgart

'Her book A Woman’s Work is Beta’s testament to brave women who are following their dreams. Some changed paths. Some had to adjust to new ...

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The Irish Times: Women Urged to Start Careers in Mechanical Professions

'The first woman graduate of the CIÉ heavy goods vehicle mechanic apprenticeship programme is urging other women to apply to this year’s scheme. Marie Beegan graduated as ...

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Kate in Airplane Mode

I LOVE road trips. The delirium of drinking too much coffee at the wrong end of the day is ...

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NAWIC UK project: ‘Image of Women in Construction’

This book by the National Association of Women in Construction UK aims to show the audacity and strength of these ...

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Woman on site

There are 50 cranes on Dublin’s horizon line this week and I counted 11 from the window on the ...

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