Niamh Bhreathnach Obituary Death – Niamh Bhreathnach was a pioneering feminist who was also well-known for the generosity she showed to others. Finding out about her passing today is such a terrible and tragic event. All of her friends and family, including Tom, Cliodhna, and Macdara, as well as the rest of her family, are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam Niamh has an enormous legacy in the field of education, which she has established through her work on the Leaving Cert Applied and Breaking the Cycle. Both of these programs proposed long-term solutions to the problem of educational inequality.
Her deeds are having, and will continue to have, a positive influence on a very large number of individuals even in the present day. The first Relationship and Sexuality Education programme, which included the Stay Safe programme at primary level and aimed to prevent child abuse and bullying, was one of her most important initiatives, but it is often forgotten about because it was met with fierce resistance.
Another one of her most important initiatives was the Stay Safe programme, which aimed to prevent child abuse and bullying. This was one of her most important initiatives, but because it was met with such vehement opposition, it is generally overlooked. I will never forget her, not only because of the incredible legacy she left behind in the field of education, but also because of the personal kindness and friendship she showed to me from the time I was a student at UCCSU and collected her in my bockity car all the way through my activist years and then into politics.
I will always remember her for all of these things. This is something that will remain ingrained in my memory forever. She was a phenomenon, and the departure of her will be deeply mourned by all of those throughout the world.