veghuns was set up in 2015 by three vegan best friends. Initially started as a way to share new places to eat in Dublin, the veghuns now share information about food, activism, human rights, animal rights and living more sustainably. You can look forward to being entertained by veghuns on both Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th.
Glauce Lucas became vegan in Brazil back in 1997. She knew how important her decision was for the animals. She couldn’t imagine what it would mean to her life in the future. In 2012, her son Enrico was born. Glauce realised that although her decision to raise him vegan was very obvious, many families have doubts and questions about raising their children vegan. Glauce decided to create a Vegan Families page dedicated to parents raising vegan children on her website All About Vegan Food where she shares recipes, tips, advice and, most importantly giving support.
Evelyn and Martha met through work and immediately bonded over a love of veganism, social justice, and history. Their talk will cover a broad range of their varied historical interests, from medieval saints to suffragettes, and do so through the lens of modern ecofeminist veganism. They hope that the talk will get people thinking about the value of history and how looking at the struggles of the past can inform our actions today.