27/10/2017

Gerard Howlin

Gerard Howlin, columnist and public affairs consultant   The opening salvo of the topic set for us this afternoon presumes something has gone wrong. It hands […]
14/10/2017

Dr Eddie Molloy

Dr Eddie Molloy, Management Consultant   Introduction: So that never again: In his introduction to the National Risk Assessment published in Jan 2014 Taoiseach Enda Kenny […]
01/10/2017

Susan Mitchell

Susan Mitchell, Health Editor, The Sunday Business Post   In November 2015, the Director-General of the HSE did an extensive interview with The Sunday Business Post […]
24/09/2017

Dr Niamh Hourigan

Democratic Breakdown, Inequality and Populism in the 21st Century: Line-Cutters, Ladder-pullers and Unreachable Elites Dr Niamh Hourigan, Senior Lecturer and Head of Department of Sociology, University […]
16/09/2017

Roisín Shortall TD

Roisín Shortall TD, Co-founder, Social Democrats party, former Minister of State at the Dept of Health   Professor Tom Keane, who oversaw the successful implementation of […]
15/09/2017

Prof Brigid Laffan

The Growing Disaffection for the European Project: How to rise to the challenge? Prof Brigid Laffan, Director, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute […]
11/09/2017

Prof John Fitzgerald

A New Long-Term Vision and Plan is Required Prof John Fitzgerald, Professor Emeritus, Economic & Social Research Institute (ESRI), member of Royal Irish Academy   During […]
10/09/2017

Brian Hayes MEP

We have the wind in our sails but a new long term vision and plan is required Brian Hayes MEP, member of the Economics & Monetary […]
09/09/2017

Dr Stephen Kinsella

Dr Stephen Kinsella, University of Limerick   I’d like to begin by exhorting everyone to avoid the collective sigh the mention of the phrase ‘fiscal space’ […]
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