Unbelievably, only seven out of 200 public artworks in the city are dedicated to Irish women.

To help right this wrong, EPIC: The Irish Emigration Museum placed an empty plinth in the middle of O'Connell Street, and with the help of comedian and writer Tara Flynn asked the public what women they feel deserve to be recognised...

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This is part of EPIC: The Irish Emigration Museum's collaboration with the Herstory 20/20 project, which is an ambitious storytelling platform devoted to uncovering overlooked but fascinating women's stories from history, mythology and contemporary culture.

Herstory: Ireland's Epic Women, RTÉ One, Mondays at 8.30pm from February 3rd - catch up here and find out more about the Herstory 20/20 project here.