Carlow College Vice President talks at Ukrainian commemoration of the Holodomor

At the invitation of the Ukrainian Ambassador, Dr Mc Grath was the speaker from Ireland at the Ukrainian commemoration of the Holodomor in Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin, on 24 November.

The Holodomor is the name for the Ukrainian Famine of 1932-1933 in which several million Ukrainians died when the Soviet dictator Stalin forcibly exported all the grain out of Ukraine. Carlow College is currently housing some forty Ukrainian refugees who have fled the Russian invasion of their country.

Dr Thomas Mc Grath Vice President for Academic Affairs and Registrar, Carlow College St Patrick’s pictured with Ms Larysa Gerasko, Ambassador of Ukraine to Ireland.

Photo caption: Dr Thomas Mc Grath  Vice President for Academic Affairs and Registrar, Carlow College   St Patrick’s pictured with Ms Larysa Gerasko, Ambassador of Ukraine to Ireland. 

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