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Mr. Joe O'Donnell

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Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Director
    Short Strand Partnership
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Sinn Féin's Joe ...
commercial840.piczo.com, 24 Nov 2012 [cached]
Sinn Féin's Joe O'Donnell said that mourners were hit by the barrage of missiles and there were some injuries.
fresnobee.com | Global News
www.fresnobee.com, 6 June 2002 [cached]
said Joe O'Donnell, a Catholic member of Sinn Fein, the Irish Republican Army-linked party who said he was hit by a brick."We can't shop, we can't bury our dead, we can't do nothing."
Joe O'Donnell, the Sinn Fein ...
esf.gn.apc.org, 22 Oct 2004 [cached]
Joe O'Donnell, the Sinn Fein deputy mayor of Belfast, focused on the sectarian hatred that the nationalist people of the Short Strand in east Belfast had been forced to endure.The area is an enclave of 3,500 Catholics set amongst 90,000 unionists."The people live in an enclave with a fence around the outside, one access in and one access out," said Mr O'Donnell.
Mr O'Donnell recalled how whenever the unionists are forced to move in the peace process there is a volatile reaction against the nationalist community.In areas like the Short Strand this manifests itself in physical attacks. In one recent period, the Short Strand area was under virtually perpetual attack."Over that period there was no access to doctors, the baby clinic, the post office and the DHSS head office.Prescriptions were being made out in my community office and people were getting buses across Belfast to get shopping and benefits," recalled Mr O'Donnell. Mr O'Donnell attacked the media for reporting the violence at the time within the model of tit for tat attacks.
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"We've tried to put practical processes in place but you cannot legislate for violence that comes from within the Loyalist community," said Mr O'Donnell.
The Irishworld Online
www.theirishworld.com, 20 Oct 2004 [cached]
Joe O'Donnell, the Sinn Fein deputy mayor of Belfast, focused on the sectarian hatred that the nationalist people of the Short Strand in east Belfast had been forced to endure.The area is an enclave of 3,500 Catholics set amongst 90,000 unionists."The people live in an enclave with a fence around the outside, one access in and one access out," said Mr O'Donnell.
Mr O'Donnell recalled how whenever the unionists are forced to move in the peace process there is a volatile reaction against the nationalist community.In areas like the Short Strand this manifests itself in physical attacks.
In one recent period, the Short Strand area was under virtually perpetual attack."Over that period there was no access to doctors, the baby clinic, the post office and the DHSS head office.Prescriptions were being made out in my community office and people were getting buses across Belfast to get shopping and benefits," recalled Mr O'Donnell.
Mr O'Donnell attacked the media for reporting the violence at the time within the model of tit for tat attacks."The Police Service of Northern Ireland did nothing.They said they could not get out of their landrovers for health and safety reasons," said Mr O'Donnell.
Mr O'Donnell questioned why Tony Blair has not stood up and said he will not tolerate the recent declaration of the Ulster Defence Association that it will draw an arms line across Belfast.No one will be allowed to move across this unofficial sectarian divide."We've tried to put practical processes in place but you cannot legislate for violence that comes from within the Loyalist community," said Mr O'Donnell.
eastbelfast.com - News
www.eastbelfast.com, 27 May 1999 [cached]
In his remarks, Joe O'Donnell, chairman of the Short Strand Partnership, paid tribute to the countless hours of hard work over many years the local community put into making the new centre a reality.He also recalled the valuable contributions made by people who had not lived to see the project through its completion.
"This is a great day for all the people of the Short Strand," he said, "especially for those who have worked so hard over the years to make this much needed facility a reality.
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Speaking on behalf of the project, Joe O'Donnell of the Short Strand Partnership said: "We want as many people as possible to attend and participate actively in viewing the model and giving their opinion about the problems in the area and their ideas for how to improve it."
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