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WIMB bursary winners provide fascinating insight into what drives women on

Four students from universities in Galway, Norway and Belfast have won prizes in the inaugural WIMB bursary award scheme

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WIMB judging panel

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Aoife Burke was the WIMB £500 bursary winner

Aoife Burke was the WIMB £500 bursary winner

Rachel Newell, a PhD History student, won a £100 bursary

Rachel Newell, a PhD History student, won a £100 bursary

Louise Taylor, a PhD Politics student, won a £100 bursary

Louise Taylor, a PhD Politics student, won a £100 bursary

Rhiannon Heaven, a Master of Philosophy in Peace and Conflict Transformation student at UiT, won a £100 bursary

Rhiannon Heaven, a Master of Philosophy in Peace and Conflict Transformation student at UiT, won a £100 bursary

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WIMB judging panel

A loud hailer is among the items being bought with prize money won in a student writing competition aimed at amplifying women’s voices.

The winners of the inaugural Women in Media Belfast (WIMB) bursary award scheme competition on the theme ‘A Woman’s Roles is in the Revolution’ are four women from universities in Belfast, Galway and Norway.


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