1916 centenary presents opportunity to place citizens at the heart of decision-making The Wheel today published a report which sets out a framework for placing citizens at the centre of public decision-making. The report entitled Citizens Rising emerged from The
Civil society organisations team up to get people talking about the roles, rights and responsibilities of citizens and State
European Ombudsman Emily O’Reilly will speak at a “public conversation” on citizenship in the Mansion House in Dublin on Saturday 11th October. Ms O’Reilly will deliver a keynote address on the topic “Citizenship or Self-Interest?” followed by a public conversation featuring comedian Eleanor Tiernan, writer Tom Clonan, Amnesty International Director Colm O’Gorman and Senator Jillian van Turnhout.
Civil society organisations team up to get people talking about the roles, rights and responsibilities of citizens and State.
The Wheel, a network of 1,000 Irish non-profit organisations, and the Carnegie UK Trust, have today announced the launch of a national conversation leading to a new vision for citizenship for 21st Century Ireland. The People’s Conversation – Rethinking Citizenship for 2016 will engage people from all walks of life in creative dialogue on the respective roles, rights and responsibilities of citizens, State and communities.