Careers in languages and how to pursue them

Careers in languages and how to pursue them

Limerick citizens and the European Union: Where do we go from here?

September-November 2018

 
This series of events is a new initiative which aims to engage Limerick citizens in the debate about the future of the European Union. While increasing the visibility of the European Union, the series’ main purpose is to create spaces where citizens’ own views, experiences, hopes and fears about Europe and the EU, and Ireland’s place within it, can be articulated. The events deliberately go beyond the political and economic spheres which tend to dominate discussions about the EU and will also include social and cultural aspects. 
 
The series is organised by the Centre for European Studies at the University of Limerick in co-operation with the Belltable and the Hunt Museum. It is an element of the EU-wide consultation process on the Future of Europe initiated by the European Commission last year and is supported by the Irish Government’s Communicating Europe Initiative. 
 
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND EVERYBODY IS WELCOME
 
 
 

Future of Europe Debate I: What kind of EU do we want? 

Open Forum facilitated by staff of the Centre for European Studies and the European Movement on current issues in the EU such as the refugee crisis, Brexit, climate change, the EU budget, democratic deficit etc. The results will feed into the Panel Discussion with the Minister for European Affairs on 21 November. 
Venue: Strand Hotel, Limerick
Date: Wednesday, 10 October 2018, 7pm 
PLEASE REGISTER BEFORE 8 OCTOBER BY CONTACTING Dr DIARMUID SCULLY via Email: diarmuid.scully@ul.ie or via Twitter: @CentreUL.
 
 

Careers in languages and how to pursue them

Information evening with contributions from a panel of experts, in co-operation with the School of Modern Languages & Applied Linguistics and the Careers Office, UL. 
Venue: Strand Hotel, Limerick
Date: Thursday, 8 November 2018, 7pm 
 
 

Future of Europe Debate II: Brexit and beyond 

Panel discussion with the Minister for European Affairs, Helen McEntee TD; Prof. Federico Fabbrini, Director of the Brexit Institute, DCU; Dr Eckhard Lübkemeier, Former German Ambassador to Ireland and others.
Venue: Istabraq Hall, City Hall, Limerick
Date: Wednesday, 21 November 2018, 7pm 
 
 

Europeana Migration

Three Collection & Digitisation Days, where the local communities bring an object for digitisation and uploading to Europeana Migration and tell their personal story of how migration enriches the culture of Europe. Part of a Europe-wide campaign linked to European Year of Cultural Heritage. 
Venue: Hunt Museum
Date: Thursday, 29 November – Saturday, 1 December 2018
 
 
 
Organisers: Dr Joachim Fischer & Prof. Bernadette Andréosso-O’Callaghan, Centre for European Studies, University of Limerick
 
To reserve a place for any event except the last in the Hunt Museum, please contact: 
Dr Diarmuid Scully, Centre for European Studies, University of Limerick; Email: diarmuid.scully@ul.ie. or via Twitter: @CentreUL.