On 25th May The Wheel and Carnegie UK Trust are launching three new publications. The reports examine how people participate and what society can do to maximize participation. Here is a short introduction to the reports and to the issues
The Wheel and the Carnegie UK Trust are hosting a very special Participation Summit on Friday 25 May (as part of Summit 2018) to explore and discuss citizen participation. The Wheel and the Carnegie UK Trust will be using three
– This article by Ryan Meade first appeared in the Irish Times on Monday, 29 December 2014 under the headline “Now is the time to join the People’s Conversation“ In the 2011 general election all parties promised that politics had to change. Recognising,
“Citizenship or Self-Interest: which rules in Ireland?” Launch of The People’s Conversation – Rethinking Citizenship for 2016 The Oak Room, Mansion House, Dublin 11th October 2014 Report by Dónall Geoghegan, Rapporteur Introduction Over 100 people attended an open “People’s Conversation” hosted
Full text of the address delivered by European Ombudsman Emily O’Reilly at the launch of The People’s Conversation on 11th October 2014 in the Mansion House Dublin.
The People’s Conversation was formally launched on 11th October 2014, at an event in the Mansion House in Dublin, featuring a keynote address from Emily O’Reilly, European Ombudsman, and a “public conversation” on citizenship. Some photos from the event are
You are invited to take part in a public conversation on whether self-interest or citizenship rules in Irish society, featuring a keynote address by Emily O’Reilly, European Ombudsman. Oak Room, The Mansion House, Dawson Street, Dublin 2 | 11 Oct