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DIFP Update: October 2015

30 October 2015
Work on DIFP X continued, UN60 anniversary exhibition was on display in UN Headquarters, Kate gave a workshop at Trinity College Dublin and was interviewed by the producer Pranjali Bhave who has been commissioned by RTE to make a ‘Documentary on One’ radio programme.

Our resculpting of the potential content of DIFP X continued and as the month ended we had identified 850 high-level documents which could be considered for DIFP X.

The UN60 anniversary exhibition was on display in UN Headquarters in New York during the first week of the month.

Kate gave a workshop to Trinity College Dublin students in the Conference Room of the National Archives on 20 October. She introduced them to the Department of Foreign Affairs’ collection and online primary source material.

Kate was interviewed by the producer Pranjali Bhave who has been commissioned by RTE to make a ‘Documentary on One’ radio programme which will examine the impact that the Easter Rising had on Indian nationalists. It will be broadcast in early 2016.

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