Pamela moved to Ireland with her husband in 2009. She has 3 sons, who are all grown up and stay in the USA. The couple lives in the beautiful Union Hall in West-Cork, far away from cities and therefore also far away from the rat race. Union hall is surprisingly cosmopolitan. Most of pmaela’s local […]
This week’s migrant is Barnabas Agorh. Barnabas is a very active man. He has been in Ireland since 2004, and has received permission to stay this year. Barnabas lived in South korea before moving to Ireland, but found it hard to get permission to stay there. His wife had lived in Cork before, which made […]
Joan Walsh runs the succesful company Partnership International, a company that arranges and manages internships, trade delegations, technical visits, language courses, study visits, summer camps and Au Pair Programmes in Ireland, Europe and more recently in the US and China. Joan also volunteers as the coordinator of Crossing Borders on the Terrace, a European Integration Project organised […]
It’s always a pleasure to meet positive, inspiring people. Cordelia and Tony, a lovely couple and parents of 4 children from Cork are just that. I met them in the Munster Arms Hotel in Bandon to talk about their upcoming event, the Multi Cultural night which will take place in Togher’s St Finbarr’s nationa football […]
I used to own a new media art gallery here. I enjoyed the experience, but one of the problems was that it was pretty cutting edge, and Cork and Kinsale were not really ready for this, on top of that we had the bad luck of starting a gallery when the recession hit, so needless to say, the […]
I met Kasia Nita a year ago at the Multicultural night organised by Toney and Cordelia Oseh. We had a great time there and I met up with Kasia several times after that.
Kasia lives in the beautiful town of Crosshaven with her daughter.
This is my first podcasting post. I am planning to put up at least one podcast a week. To start with I am publishing a podcast I made last year for my radio programme. This is an interview with Julian Van Wyk, a South African who moved to Ireladn a year ago to study at […]
I became close friends with a South African student not so long ago. He came to Ireland full of enthusiasm, to study economics, his second degree, he has an honours degree in maths already. He will return home in three years time. He told me that in Africa people look at Europe as paradise, the […]