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Will Brexit happen?

This is a LGiU Ireland briefing that we think will be of interest to English readers as it presents brexit from an Irish perspective. Speaking at a meeting of the Belgian Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, Dr Peter Brennan of the Public Policy Advisors Network explains his current thinking on Brexit.

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Reflections from the AILG autumn training seminar 2017

LGiU Ireland’s Hannah Muirhead attended AILG’s Autumn 2017 training seminar in Sligo last week. Here, she reflects on the experience and shares some of the key points that were made during the two-day event.

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Local government and the media – how to deliver news

This briefing looks at how councils can work effectively with the media when faced with bad news or a crisis, including tips for elected members and officers on how to ensure the local authority remains in charge of the situation.

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Ireland 2040 Our Plan – The role of the metropolitan cities

This briefing presents an overview of the planning policy role assigned to the five main city regions in the draft National Planning Framework Ireland 2040 Our Plan, and discusses the challenges likely to arise in implementing the objectives set for those cities.

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Ireland 2040 Our Plan – overview of the draft National Planning Framework

This briefing presents an overview of the main policy objectives and implementation measures contained in the draft National Planning Framework. The objectives and measures are discussed in the light of experience in implementing the former National Spatial Strategy

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Delivering inclusive growth

In this Briefing we look at the concept of inclusive growth and reflect on how it is now beginning to impact the way public policy is being delivered.

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Climate Change – A look at Scotland

The Government’s recently published National Mitigation Plan for Climate Change was recently covered in an LGiU Ireland. Scotland has been one of the most successful countries in Europe when it comes to reducing emissions, and there are some good practices in play that Ireland can draw from.

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