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.
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
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.