Siobhan Molloy

Siobhan Molloy

Biography

Siobhan Molloy (born 1955) is a community development facilitator and trainer who has worked extensively with Irish Traveller communities and other ethnic minority organisations. She was a member of the Northern Ireland Women’s Rights Movement, the Socialist Women’s group and the Belfast Women’s Collective.

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