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DCU has launched the Irish COVID-19 Oral History Project

It focuses on orally archiving the Irish lived experience of the COVID-19 pandemic, for historical purposes.

The Irish COVID-19 Oral History Project launched in June 2020. It seeks to archive the Irish lived experience of the COVID-19 pandemic, as detailed by the press release.

The purpose of the project is to curate a COVID-19 oral history collection of the Irish experience. The findings will enable a deeper understanding of the impact that such global events have on Irish society and are intended to be shared with future generations and used by historians, researchers and policymakers in years to come to inform responses to future pandemics.

Dr Bríd Murphy, Assistant Professor in Accounting at the Dublin City University Business School, is seeking to gather accountants’ stories of their experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic and invites AICPA-CIMA members to participate in this project.

If you would like to participate, you can submit your own oral history here:, selecting “Accounting Professionals" to link your story to the ‘Accounting’ strand.

If you would like further information, please contact

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