20Apr, 2017

GPDR and Data-Sharing in the Public Sector

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Thursday 20 April 2017 Fleur O’Shea is a solicitor in leading law firm ByrneWallace and practices exclusively in the area of employment law. Fleur advises on all aspects of contentious and non-contentious employment [...]

13Apr, 2017

The Need for Reform of Guardian ad Litem Services

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The Child Care (Amendment) Bill was tabled to enter pre-legislative scrutiny in March 2017. The Bill provides for “extensive reform of guardian ad litem services in childcare proceedings”.   Below is an op-ed by Freda [...]

7Apr, 2017

Developing Meaningful and Sustainable Workplace Wellbeing Programmes

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Friday 7 April 2017 Deirdre Cronnelly, founder of AFRESH has over 12 years’ successful track record assisting private, state and semi state organisations develop, deliver and sustain wellbeing programmes which deliver a return [...]

5Apr, 2017

Report: PAI’s Freedom of Information Conference 2017

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Last Thursday 30 March, PAI hosted a half-day conference on the present challenges in Freedom of Information. The conference looked at FOI requests from multiple angles: that of the requester, [...]

16Mar, 2017

Update on Regulatory Impact Assessment

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Thursday 16 March 2017 Tom Ferris is a Consultant Economist specialising in Better Regulation. He lectures on a number of PAI courses and contributes blogs regularly to PAI. He was formerly the Department [...]

15Mar, 2017

Are pension rates further marginalising Ireland’s older generations?

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Wednesday 15 March Justin Moran is Head of Advocacy and Communications with Age Action, which is Ireland’s leading advocacy organisation for older people and on ageing issues. Prior to this he worked [...]