Established in 2013 as part of Ireland’s national music education programme, MGOW has created a range of musician-led programmes that target children and young people. As MGOW’s lead partner, the project saw Offaly County Council receive an award at the Chambers Ireland Excellence in Local Government awards in November 2020.
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Online training: How to design and deliver training to elected members (16th April)
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The Oireachtas continue to sit on a limited basis throughout March, and as the Dáil broke up for the Easter recess there was a profound sense that the progress of the vaccine roll out over the next 8-10 weeks were going to be crucial. Meanwhile, tensions continued to increase in Northern Ireland as unionist attitudes towards…
The workshop is intended to provide a comprehensive understanding of approaches to problem-solving and some of the techniques that can be applied. It is aimed at all those involved in identifying and addressing complex problems and decisions.
Has your Council Declared a Climate Emergency? Ten things councillors can do to drive action for net zero
Recent headlines suggest that the UK is on its way to meeting the target of net zero by 2050. Referring to examples from across the UK, this briefing sets out ten actions that councillors can take to meet the challenge of eliminating remaining emissions. This briefing will be of interest to councillors and officers who…