An Invitation on behalf of The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and European Movement Ireland
Citizens' Dialogue on the Future of Europe
Thursday, 8 February 2018 from 6.00pm
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and European Movement Ireland are delighted to invite you to an evening’s Citizens’ Dialogue on Ireland and the Future of Europe
Aula Maxima, National University of Ireland Galway, University Road, Galway
Date and Time
Thursday, 8 February 2018
Registration and networking from 5.30pm
Event from 6.00pm to 8.30pm
To RSVP and secure your ticket for this free event, click here
We are pleased to invite you to join the Minister of State for European Affairs, Helen McEntee T.D., at a unique opportunity to discuss the role of Ireland and its citizens in the Future of Europe.
Minister McEntee T.D. will be joined by Pat McDonagh, CEO of Supermac's, and Noelle O Connell, Executive Director of European Movement Ireland, for this Citizens' Dialogue in Galway.
A debate is now underway across Europe on how best to address the challenges of a rapidly changing world. Influencing the future direction of Europe should always be a priority for Ireland and we are planning a series of regional meetings which will facilitate your input into the wider European debate. Our starting point in this debate is to focus on the needs and concerns of our citizens.
We look forward to seeing you there to take part in this important Citizens’ Dialogue. The event is free to attend, but advanced registration is essential via Eventbrite.
Have your say at #FutureofEurop
We look forward to seeing you there!
Go to www.dfa.ie/eu for information on how and when to make a contribution in person or online.
Future of Europe Video
National Launch of the Future of Europe
Congratulations to Conor Sheehan and Megan Shaughnessy who received this years Michael F. Dolan Awards at a special awards ceremony in our school today.
Our foundress, Venerable Nano Nagle was born in 1718 in Ballygriffin, Mallow, Co Cork and 2018 marks the Tercentenary Year of the Birth of Nano.
The official launch of the Tercentenary celebrations took place in Cork on the 24th of December 2017. Christmas Eve is a very significant day as it marks the founding of the Congregation of Presentation Sisters. On this day in 1775, Nano and her three companions, Mary Fouhy, Elizabeth Burke and Mary Anne Collins, came together to begin their new journey.
Across the world during 2018, Presentation Sisters, Friends of Nano, Co-workers, Boards of Management and staff of Presentation schools, hospitals and centres of ministry, students and others inspired by Nano Nagle, will be marking the Tercentenary Year in creative, diverse and prophetic ways.
We will be sharing news of our events and celebrations here so check back soon for updates.
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