Friday August 14, 2020

Women demand info on Lisbon

Olive Braiden remembers standing at the RDS in Dublin in the run-up to the last Lisbon Treaty and attempting to canvas the well-heeled women who were driving into and out of an event inside.

26th September, 2009

Olive Braiden remembers standing at the RDS in Dublin in the run-up to the last Lisbon Treaty and attempting to canvas the well-heeled women who were driving into and out of an event inside.

‘‘Would you like some information on the Lisbon Treaty,” she would ask them, and remembers that they all pretty much shook their heads, saying they weren’t interested, and drove off.

Braiden was irked by the disinterest.

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