Debate on future of work in Europe in The Spirit Store on Thursday
The Institute of International and European Affairs (IIEA) will host a debate on the future of work in the era of globalisation in Dundalk on Thursday.
The ‘Whose job is it anyway?’ event will take place in The Spirit Store from 6pm to 8pm.
The panellists will consider whose job it is to harness the positives and negatives of globalisation in the future of Europe.
Amongst the speakers include Minister of State for European Affairs Helen McEntee, Matt Carthy MEP, IIEA’s Chief Economist Dan O’Brien and SIPTU chief economist Marie Sherlock.
This debate on the future of Europe will ask:
- How has globalisation affected the lives of Irish people?
- How can we make globalisation work for citizens?
- What role should the EU play in setting policies, regulations and laws that curb the damaging effects of globalisation and make it a force for good?
- Have the Four Freedoms of the European Union (free movement of people, goods, services and capital) been a good or bad thing for Ireland?
You can find out more and register for free here.