Seminar on Civil Society and Public Policy in Ireland

Posted by David Farrell

The Martin McEvoy Annual Seminar Series 2010 is entitled Politics, Participation and Power – Civil Society and Public Policy in Ireland. This year’s series will examine the role of civil society in public policy formulation. The seminars will be held in the Bea Orpen Building in Dublin City University on at 10.00 am – 12.15 pm on Friday 22nd October, Friday 5th November and Friday 19th 2010. If you are interested in attending please contact Jean Nelson at 01-7008860 or jean.nelson@dcu.ie to reserve a place. Due to the nature of the event a limited number of seats are available.
Deiric Ó Broin
Director
NorDubCo
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Friday 22nd October 2010
The Evolution of Civil Society Involvement in Irish Public Policy Formulation
Gary Murphy (DCU)

Participating in Creating Alternatives: Choices for Public Policy
Mary Murphy (NUI Maynooth)

The Introduction of Asset-Based Community Development to Ireland
Matthias Borscheid (Northside Partnership)

Friday 5th November 2010
An Irish Nanotechnology Citizens’ Jury – Public Participation in Irish Science Policy
Padraig Murphy (DCU)

Public Participation and Local Development Policy
Deiric Ó Broin (NorDubCo)

Participation of Organizations Representing Homeless People in Public Policy
Mike Allen (Focus Ireland)

Friday 19th November 2010
Business Representation and Local Public Policy Formulation
Patrick King (Dublin Chamber of Commerce)

The Open Method of Co-ordination on Social Protection and Social Inclusion
Paul Ginnell (EAPN)

Advancing Health Diagnosis – Exploring interactions between Science, Industry and the Public
Emma O’Brien (BDI, DCU)

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If you are interested in attending please contact Jean Nelson at 01-7008860 or jean.nelson@dcu.ie to reserve a place. Due to the nature of the event a limited number of seats are available.

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