Candidate for Dublin South-Central

Tara has lived and worked in Dublin since 2005, initially as a Community Development Worker for Ballyfermot Partnership which supports the local community to tackle social exclusion and poverty caused by unemployment, and other social factors.

She currently works for the Clondalkin Drug and Alcohol Task Force, which aims to significantly reduce the harm caused to individuals and society by the misuse of drugs.

She is a huge supporter of Community Arts and has been involved with MaSamba, a community based Brazilian samba band for ten years.

Tara has a degree in Public and Social Policy from NUI Galway and a Master’s degree in Community Development.

Originally from County Mayo, Tara lives in Kimmage with her five-year-old son.

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“I am passionate about equality and sustainability. I have a keen interest in affordable quality childcare, accessible education and building strong communities using the principles of community development.”

“I am passionate about equality and sustainability. I have a keen interest in affordable quality childcare, accessible education and building strong communities using the principles of community development.”

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4 days ago

Tara Deacy

What could Drug Decriminalisation look like?
Discussion with Tara Deacy, Anna Quigley, Marcus Keane and Grace Dyas @ F2 Centre, Rialto
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Apologies folks our Wi-Fi let us down so our live feed didn't go as planned 😕

5 days ago

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Artist and Activist Grace Dyas will also be part of our panel tomorrow night in the F2 Rialto. Really looking forward to her input and having some interesting conversations about this important topic. Do pop in and say hello.What could drug decriminalisation look like in your community? Join Tara Deacy, Gary Gannon for Dublin Central and others tomorrow evening in Rialto, Dublin to discuss and have your say. ... See MoreSee Less

Artist and Activist Grace Dyas will also be part of our panel tomorrow night in the F2 Rialto. Really looking forward to her input and having some interesting conversations about this important topic. Do pop in and say hello.

2 weeks ago

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Go Tara!!!

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