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Kinahan takes part in student debate

Danny Kinahan MLA, Ulster Unionist Party participated in a Lets Talk Politics panel debate on Leadership in a Divided Society at Belfast Metropolitan Colleges Millfield Campus. He is pictured with Belfast Met student governor and A level Politics Student Eimhear Macfarlane, Ross Brown, Green Party and broadcaster and event host John Daly. One hundred students participated in the interactive panel debate which used audience response technology to obtain student views on issues such as leadership, shared education, political disengagement, jobs and the economy. The event was jointly organised by Northern Ireland Assembly Education Service, Peace and Reconciliation Group and Belfast Met.

Danny Kinahan MLA, Ulster Unionist Party participated in a Lets Talk Politics panel debate on Leadership in a Divided Society at Belfast Metropolitan Colleges Millfield Campus. He is pictured with Belfast Met student governor and A level Politics Student Eimhear Macfarlane, Ross Brown, Green Party and broadcaster and event host John Daly. One hundred students participated in the interactive panel debate which used audience response technology to obtain student views on issues such as leadership, shared education, political disengagement, jobs and the economy. The event was jointly organised by Northern Ireland Assembly Education Service, Peace and Reconciliation Group and Belfast Met.

UUP South Antrim MLA Danny Kinahan who participated in a Let’s Talk Politics panel debate on ‘Leadership in a Divided Society’ at Belfast Metropolitan College’s Millfield Campus.

He is pictured with Belfast Met student governor and A level Politics Student Eimhear Macfarlane, Ross Brown, Green Party and broadcaster and event host John Daly.

One hundred students participated in the interactive panel debate which used audience response technology to obtain student views on issues such as leadership, shared education, political disengagement, jobs and the economy.

The event was jointly organised by Northern Ireland Assembly Education Service, Peace and Reconciliation Group and Belfast Met.

 

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