26/08/2017

Paschal Donohoe TD

Brexit, the Budget and Walking the Line Paschal Donohoe TD, Minister for Finance and Public Service & Reform   INTRODUCTION I might start by saying, without […]
26/08/2017

Prof Mary Daly

A WELL FUNCTIONING DEMOCRACY AND PUBLIC SECTOR NEEDED MORE THAN EVER Prof Mary Daly, President of the Royal Irish Academy, Emeritus professor of History, UCD   […]
23/08/2017

Pat Leahy

WE NEED TO MAKE OUR POLITICS, NEW OR OLD, WORK BETTER Pat Leahy, Political Editor, The Irish Times   This time last year I stood before […]
13/08/2017

Prof Gary Murphy

Prof Gary Murphy, School of Government & Law, DCU   Where now for Ireland after the last decade of austerity and the electoral consequences of that […]
07/08/2017

Michael C. Murphy

Michael C. Murphy Lt Col. (Retd.), Former Deputy Director Military Intelligence, Irish Defence Forces,   I will focus on Ireland within the EU and present to […]
07/08/2017

Ben Tonra

Ben Tonra, Professor of International Relations, UCD School of Politics and International Relations   In view of the contemporary security environment, protecting EU citizens and European […]
06/08/2017

Sir Julian King

Sir Julian King, EU Commissioner for the Security Union   It is an honour and indeed a great pleasure for me to be at the MacGill […]
06/08/2017

Alan Dukes

 Alan Dukes, Economist, former Minister for Finance, former leader of Fine Gael   The only certainties about Brexit that I can see are that: it will […]
04/08/2017

Pat Cox

Pat Cox, former President, European Parliament, president of the Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe   Some of the answers to the question of certainties, uncertainties and […]
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