Go Vegan Campaign Republic of Ireland
Listen to the interview with Sandra Higgins on KFM Radio (Kildare FM Radio) 29 June 2016
Sandra Higgins interviewed on SandraRedFM.
New Go Vegan Ireland Dairy Campaign. Sandra interviewed by Jerry O’Sullivan, with Mick Brady, Kerry County Chairman of the Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers’ Association. Radio Kerry, 23rd December 2015.
Part I of a two part series: Sandra talks to Marlene Narrow on Go Vegan Nation
Part II: Sandra in conversation with Marlene Narrow on Go Vegan Nation
Part III: Update on the Third Phase of the Go Vegan Campaign (at 22:38)
Sandra interviewed on Highland Radio alongside Mr Comer, Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association
Sandra interviewed by MF Clery on Country Life Midlands103
Sandra Higgins interviewed on 98fm
Sandra On KFM 24 NOVEMBER 2015
Discussing the Go Vegan Ireland campaign with Bob Linden on Go Vegan Radio
Sandra Higgins interviewed on SPIN 1038 Radio
Comments on Sandra Higgins’ Interview on SPIN 1038 Radio
Sandra Newstalk 2015 Go Vegan campaign with Eddie Punch, Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers Association
Sandra Higgins interviewed on Kildare FM on the launch of Europe’s first Abolitionist Vegan Public Awareness Campaign
OTHER MEDIA COVERAGE
Vegan Sustainability Magazine: Interview with Sandra Higgins on Go Vegan Ireland Campaign
Interview on the inspiration, challenges and statistics of the Go Vegan Ireland campaign. You can read the interview here, along with some other interesting articles in this wonderful free publication, the brainchild of one of Ireland’s most practical and effective activists, Bronwyn Slater.
UCD College Tribune
The Irish Go Vegan campaign continues into December with a new advert which features alongside an article on veganism in University College Dublin’s College Tribune. The College Tribune has a readership of over 30,000 University Students and Staff. You can read the online edition here.
Daily News Service UK
The Sunday Times, Clare O’Gorman, 20 November 2015
The Irish Times, Emily Longworth, 20 November 2015
Ronan Duffy, Journal.ie, 19 November 2015
Irish Farmers Journal