Una Mullally

Una Mullally is a journalist, podcaster, broadcaster, screenwriter and author from Dublin, Ireland. She is a columnist and feature writer for The Irish Times, contributes columns to The Guardian, and her writing has also appeared in The New York Times, Granta and elsewhere. In 2019, she was one of 25 women journalists from around the world selected for the Online News Association’s Women’s Leadership Accelerator, and was named in the 2019 class of European Young Leaders by Friends of Europe. In 2019, La Repubblica named her one of 100 women changing the world. She cohosts the United Ireland podcast with Andrea Horan, co-founded the podcast Don’t Stop Repealin’ which ran for the duration of the Irish abortion referendum campaign in 2018, and also co-founded the Irish Times Women’s Podcast. She is the author of In The Name Of Love (2014), an oral history of the marriage equality movement in Ireland, and the editor of the anthology Repeal the 8th (2018). As a screenwriter, she collaborates with Sarah Francis as Lucid Lucid. As a poet has performed her work at numerous Irish festivals, and co-founded the touring spoken word event Come Rhyme With Me. She was the Independent Chair of Ireland’s National LGBTI+ Youth Strategy (2018). She was the music producer and presenter for six series of the alternative music show Ceol ar an Imeall for TG4, and authored a documentary on contemporary Irish identity, I Am Irish, for RTE 2. She lives in Dublin, where she is from.

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