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Commemoration the international impact of the 1916 Rising

09 October 2016

Kate was asked by the Scottish 1916 Rising Centenary Committee to be a keynote speaker at an event which looked at the impact that the 1916 Rising had on India.

The evening’s talks at Strathclyde University brought together people from the Irish, Indian and Pakistani communities in Scotland. The proceedings were chaired by Maggie Chetty, on behalf of the 1916 Rising Centenary Committee, and opening remarks were made by the Irish Consul General Dr Mark Hanniffy. The Vice Consul General of India, Prem Nath Khare, was in attendance.

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