The Financial Times, in partnership with IDA Ireland, presented the sixth annual European Financial Forum, bringing together international and Irish industry executives, policy makers, regulators and thought leaders to provide cutting edge analysis on the main business, economic and regulatory issues that the financial services industry should consider in 2021 and the years ahead.
Marking 50 Years of Ireland’s Membership of the European Union over the course of 2022 – 2023.
Supported by the Department of Foreign Affairs, under the EU50 programme, a two day symposium on "The European Dimension in Irish Education" took place in the University of Limerick on 10/11 May 2023.
The symposium gathered together educators from every level of the Irish education system together with Minister of State for European Affairs, Thomas Byrne T.D., and Minister of State for Skills and Further Education, Niall Collins T.D., and organisations involved in communicating Europe, to discuss and reflect upon the place of European Studies at all levels of the Irish education system, from early childhood through to adulthood.
The Department of Foreign Affairs was delighted to support this symposium and wishes to thank Dr. Joachim Fischer and the University of Limerick for organising this conference at an important moment in the Irish-EU relationship.
National launch with An Taoiseach
Government cabinet with EU ambassadors to visit towns across Ireland
Witness Seminar symposium with former Irish former officials (details to be announced)
Future of European Studies Academic Symposium, University of Limerick.3
Oireachtas debate on EU membership
SNE return conference
Embassy Paris EU 50
High level address to the European Parliament with EU50/John Hume event
The Houses of the Oireachtas celebrates Europe Day every year through events, TV programmes and EU-related publications. This year the Europe Day theme is youth engagement as it is the European Year of Youth.