DUBLIN VEGFEST 2022
Christopher Sebastian McJetters

veghuns

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. 

Maryam Madani

Maryam Madani is a writer, vegan, singer and disability activist. She is the Founder/Chairperson of Disability Power Ireland, a grassroots DPO hosting Ireland’s first Disability...
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Evelyn Suttle

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.

Jacques Brennan / Hungry Soul

Jacques Brennan has been vegetarian all his life, 57 years, and vegan almost 10 years. He’s lived in Africa, Canada and Europe, and has survived through interesting times. He has been cooking alongside his French mother since he was old enough to snap green beans. Jacques’ book, Hungry Soul, is here to help the young and not so young to cook vegan.

Clare Tait

Clare set up her chocolate business Chocolatey Clare in 2016 with a mission to create luxury vegan confectionery based on an ethos of sustainability, promoting...
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