Tógadh Eoghan le Gaeilge i nDún Droma, d’fhreastal sé ar Scoil Naithí i mBaile an tSaoir, ar Choláiste Eoin i Stigh Lorgan, agus bronnadh céim sa nGaeilge air i gColáiste na Tríonóide. Is ceoltóir agus amhránaí ar an sean-nós é. Tá sé de mhian aige an Ghaeilge a chur chun cinn i Rath an Dúin agus ar fud na tíre.
Tá an Pobal Roimh Bhrabús i bhfábhar cur go mór leis an maoiniú atá ar fáil do phobail na Gaeilge sa nGaeltacht agus ar fud na tíre. Tá maoiniú breise de dhíth freisin ar ghaelscoileanna agus ar na healaíona Gaeilge. Beart de réir ár mbriathrar agus díbirt ar an bplámás an mana atá ag Eoghan.
My Priorities & Ideas
Eoghan Ó Ceannabháin is a housing activist who has been heavily involved in campaigns like Take Back The City. We need a radical approach to take on the vulture funds and ensure people have an affordable place to live.
Eoghan is a Psychology graduate. He believes we need a two-pronged approach to mental health: we need better services, but we also need to build a society that meets people’s needs, allows them to explore their own creativity and enjoy their lives.
Eoghan is a leading member of United Against Racism and has campaigned strongly against the Direct Provision system.
A musician himself, Eoghan will fight for more arts funding so that artists can earn a living wage.
Key issues in my constituency
|Eoghan has helped build Climate Action campaigns and rallies nationally. He has also been involved in local environmental campaigns such as Save the Hellfire Club.|
Eoghan has campaigned against the privatisation of Dublin Bus. Routes like the 75 were recently sold to Go Ahead, resulting in an even poorer service.