Media – coverage
“It was an honour to have been asked to contribute” – Natasha Carthew
THIS! @ProjectTwistIT developed by the genius that is @maryohara1 challenges the stigma of poverty through the stories of people with lived experience, elevating their voices and experiences - definitely worth a follow! – Niamh Eastwood @niamhrelease
Congratulations to journalist @maryohara1 from @VIEWdigital She is taking a new look at poverty through #projecttwistit . We'll be hearing more about it for the next edition of VIEW magazine 'Stories From the Frontline' @EBIACBelfast @AdviceNI – Una Murphy @Una_VIEW
View/Digital, july 2018
In this edition of View/Digital, a social affairs magazine for Northern Ireland, Una Murphy interviews Project Twist-It founder, Mary O’Hara.
off-kilter podcast, may 2018
In this edition of the podcast hosted by Rebecca Vallas, Mary O’Hara discusses her book Austerity Bites and Project Twist-It.
the pool, may 2018
Kerry Hudson interviews Mary O’Hara on the transformative power of stories told by those who’ve experienced poverty directly at the launch of Project Twist-It
dominic king show, nov 2018
Dominic King interviews Think Nation’s Lizzie Hodgson on Project Twist-It – at 2 hrs 29 mins – and the Project Twist-It/Think Nation Event on 8 December 2018.
fulbright alumni newsletter, july 2018
Mary O’Hara (Fulbright Alistair Cooke Award in Journalism 2010) has launched Project Twist-It, a brand new anti-poverty, multi-platform initiative aiming to shift the negative rhetoric around poverty in the UK and the US.
project twist-it, august 2018
Mary O Hara, author of Austerity Bites, has launched Project Twist-It.
Supported by the non-profit Joseph Rowntree Foundation, the project aims to change the narrative around poverty through storytelling and by working with artists and writers to elevate the voice of people with lived experience of poverty.