Thank You

Steve O’Brien and Gertrude Cotter would like to thank the following people who contributed in different ways to the successful outcomes of this project:

Mr. Aziz Alias and his family for working with us throughout the year, while also highlighting the history of the Yazidi Genocide.

The School of Education for enabling the ongoing development of the ‘Id Est’ Project and the Head of School, Dr. Fiona Chambers for launching the exhibition.

The principals and post primary school pupils from Collaiste An Chroi Naofa, Carraignavar; Nagle Rice Donearile, Scoil Mhuire, Spioraid Naoimh; St. Aidans, St. Vincents and the Ursulines.

Their teachers: Avrial Cogan; Ms. Hazel Hutton; Ms. Park Ji Eun; Ms. Jeanienne  McCarthy; Mr. Rory McGovern; Ms Zoe Kate O’ Connell; Mr. Peter Martin; Ms. Lori Moynihan; Ms. Karen O’Shea,  Ms. Aisling Sheehan.

Congratulations to the student teachers too for completing their Global Teacher Award and our thanks to Ms. Vicki Donnelly of Galway One World Centre for delivering such inspiring workshops.

The students of second year Digital Arts and Humanities, UCC who produced the Website ‘The Genocide of the Yazidi People’.

Students: Carmen Chan; Kayleigh Falvey; Enda Lucey; Tracy Maher; Saidhbhe O’ Shea; Peter O’ Sullivan; Stephen Punch; Jack Sullivan

Thanks too to Ms. Susanna Broderick of the Crawford College of Art and Design for her cooperation and support.  Many thanks to Crawford College of Art and PME students who worked on their interpretation of the PhD findings: Avrial Cogan; Yvonne Cronin; Olga Dorney; Ronan Duggan; Karen Dunne;Leonie Farragher; Emma Fitzgerald; Orla Hedderman; Peter Martin; Karen O’Shea; Marijana Shostak; Aisling Walsh

Mr. John Rafftery for poster and exhibition design.

The Glucksman Gallery with particular thanks to Mr. Tadgh Crowley for all his help, patience and support over many weeks.

Community Radio Youghal, particulary Mr. Eanna Dowling, for presenting the radio show featuring students who participated in the project.

The Ubuntu Network for funding the ‘Id Est’ Project and the exhibition.

Irish Aid who fund the Ubuntu Network.