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Caitríona Honohan

Caitríona Honohan is a part-time Research Support Officer with ISS21 working on the Enabling Diverse Student Voices in UCC project.

Caitríona is currently undertaking her MSocSc Social Policy at UCC, and she holds an MSc Information and Library Management from University of Northumbria, for which her dissertation was entitled The Information-seeking behaviour of advisers to policy-makers for homelessness in Ireland. She also holds an MA in Ethnomusicology from UCC, a Special Purpose Certificate in Academic Practice (Teaching & Learning in Higher Education) from Trinity College Dublin and a BMus from MTU Cork School of Music, after which she worked for three years as a music teacher. She has thirteen years of experience working as a professional librarian in academic, public and special libraries including UCC Library and also recently worked at Cork City Public Participation Network (PPN).

Caitríona’s research interests include participative democracy, higher education policy, information literacy, teaching and learning, homelessness policy and eco-social policy including Universal Basic Income and Degrowth.


Institute for Social Science in the 21st Century (ISS21)

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