Amplifying change
A history of the
Atlantic Philanthropies
on the island of Ireland

Transcript of oral history interview by Debbie Mulhall

Context

Debbie Mulhall is the Community Development Worker at Dolphin House and Park. Debbie is a long-term resident at Dolphin House and works with residents on issues and informs them about the various community activities and services in Dolphin House and Park. She also works on maintenance issues with the maintenance group, supports the Dolphin Design and Transition Group, Dolphin Regeneration Board, and liaises with Dublin City Council.

Description:
Twenty-four-page-long transcript of the oral history interview given by Debbie Mulhall, conducted by the Digital Repository of Ireland as part of The Atlantic Philanthropies archive project (2017-2020) titled Amplifying change: A history of the Atlantic Philanthropies on the island of Ireland in 2019.
Type:
text and transcripts
Creator:
Digital Repository of Ireland, 2015 -
Subject:
Curated collection--Oral histories, Curated collection--Communities, Curated collection--Children--Youth, Atlantic Philanthropies (Organization), Barnardos (Ireland), Curated collection--Debbie Mullhal, Grant 14376, Grant 19050, Children--Services for, Youth--Services for, Charity organization, and Charity organization
Grant:
Grant 14376 and Grant 19050
Grantee:
Barnardos (Ireland)
Year of Grant:
2006 and 2010
Location of Grantee:
Dublin
Rights:
Copyright is with DRI and Debbie Mullhal. Please see license for reuse.
Attribution:
Digital Repository of Ireland and The Atlantic Philanthropies
Doi:
https://doi.org/10.7486/DRI.7940nk355