Inez McCormack, trade union leader and human rights campaigner; first female president of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (1999 - 2001).  She was the first female full-time official of the National Union of Public Employees (now UNISON). She met her husband, Vincent McCormack, in London. Vincent was from the Bogside In Londonderry. On their return to N Ireland they became active in the civil rights marches and was at the People’s Democracy march in 1969 that was famously attacked by loyalists at Burntollet. Inez McCormack died 21st January 2013. 197607200328a<br />
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Inez McCormack, trade union leader and human rights campaigner; first female president of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (1999 - 2001). She was the first female full-time official of the National Union of Public Employees (now UNISON). She met her husband, Vincent McCormack, in London. Vincent was from the Bogside In Londonderry. On their return to N Ireland they became active in the civil rights marches and was at the People’s Democracy march in 1969 that was famously attacked by...
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