Launch event: MacGill Report 2010: ‘Reforming the Republic’

Posted by David Farrell (December 8, 2010)

Based on the proceedings of the 2010 MacGill Summer School, the MacGill Report 2010 – Reforming the Republic, edited by Joe Mulholland will be launched at the MacGill Forum to be held on Thursday, December 16th at the Royal College of Surgeons, St Stephen’s Green from 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.  The contents of the MacGill Report will be on the agenda and particularly the sections dealing with reforming our political and administrative systems and our industrial development and economic policies.  Contributors to the Report as well as guest speakers will lead the debate.  The Report will be available at the registration desk, price €10.

Coffee will be served and official registration takes place from 8.00 a.m. to 9.00 a.m. when proceedings will begin. A limited number of places are available to the general public but preliminary registration is necessary on the MacGill website: which will carry details of the Forum in the days ahead. A donation of €10 to cover costs will be payable on the day at the official registration desk.

The MacGill Report and Forum will be a major contribution to the debate on the crises in which our country finds itself and, in the tradition of the MacGill Summer School, the range of contributors will be broadly based and the level of debate as rigorous as can be achieved and focused on the overall theme of building a better Ireland.

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