03/09/2017

Dr Katy Hayward

PEACE CAN BE DESTROYED BY OUR OWN COMPLACENCY Dr Katy Hayward, lecturer in Political Sociology, QUB, member of the Board of the Centre for Cross Border […]
03/09/2017

Richard Pym

THE LONG TERM PROSPECTS FOR IRELAND IN AN EU WITHOUT BRITAIN REMAIN GOOD Richard Pym, Chairperson, Allied Irish Bank (AIB), former Group CEO of Alliance & […]
03/09/2017

David Gavaghan

IT IS TIME TO FORGE MORE CARING AND MORE TRUSTING RELATIONSHIPS David Gavaghan, Chairperson, Confederation of British Industry (CBI) N.I.   Arriving in Enniskerry in early […]
01/09/2017

Seán Donlon

NOTHING IS MORE IMPORTANT OR MORE URGENT THAN THE HEALING OF DIVISIONS Seán Donlon, former diplomat and former Secretary-General, Dept of Foreign Affairs   There have […]
30/08/2017

Mary Lou McDonald TD

A NEW RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE NORTH AND SOUTH OF IRELAND IS NEEDED Mary Lou McDonald TD, Vice-President of Sinn Fein   Brexit has created a constitutional […]
29/08/2017

Fergal O’Brien

COPING WITH BREXIT: INVESTING IN NEW CAPITAL INFRASTRUCTURE IS A MUST Fergal O’Brien, Director of Policy and Chief Economist, IBEC   Introduction Brexit presents one of […]
29/08/2017

Pat Rabbitte

OUR DEMOCRACY IS FACING NEW CHALLENGES Pat Rabbitte, columnist, Sunday Business Post, former leader, Labour Party, former Minister                                     We are invited in this session to […]
29/08/2017

Bill Emmott

THE GROWING DISAFFECTION FOR THE EUROPEAN PROJECT: HOW TO RISE TO THE CHALLENGE?   Bill Emmott, Editor-in-chief of The Economist 1993-2006, author of ‘The Fate of the […]
27/08/2017

Martin D. Shanahan

WITH DEVELOPMENTS IN THE USA AND THE UK, THE THREATS TO IRELAND’S ECONOMY HAVE INCREASED Martin D. Shanahan, Chief Executive, Industrial Development Authority (IDA)   Introduction […]
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