The Politics of Land Grabbing: Strategies of Resistance- about 2 days ago
Reception & Presentation of PPA 2013-14 Postgraduate Programmes- on March 4, 2013
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION invites you to a Reception & Presentation of our 2013/14 Postgraduate Programmes. An opportunity to find out more from staff, current and former MA students, including Emma Murphy, MA in Peace and Development (2006) who will talk about her postgraduate experience and work at AmaweleRead More
WHEN: THURSDAY 14TH MARCH, 2013
WHERE: ROOM C1060...
IPEG Annual Workshop 2013: ‘Austerity, Crisis, and Social Fallout’- on February 7, 2013
Host: Department of Politics and Public Administration, University of Limerick, Owen Worth & Joanna McDarby
Dates: 13 – 14 September, 2013
PhD presenters’ costs funded through IPEG.
Call for papers: As the global financial crisis and the Euro Sovereign debt crisis continues to take hold of the global political economy, the social consequences of the fall-out has reached new heights....Read More
How systems of public administration may help or hinder effective HIV/AIDS policies- on October 15, 2012
The Department of Politics and Public Administration invites you to the official launch of the project “How systems of public administration may help or hinder effective HIV/AIDS policies” by Jan O’Sullivan, TD, Minister of State, Department of Environment, Community and Local Government on Wednesday 24th October, 11.00am – 1.00pm, East Room, Plassey House, University of Limerick...Read More
Transforming Local Government and Local Democracy in Ireland Symposium- on October 10, 2012
Transforming Local Government and Local Democracy in Ireland Symposium
At the University of Limerick
This symposium, which is open to community members, practitioners and academics, will address the changing landscape of local government and local democracy in Ireland with specific relevance to Limerick. The creation of a new Unitary Authority for...Read More
Climate change and peak oil: challenging the social sciences- on October 2, 2012
Peadar Kirby (UL) 'Climate change and peak oil: chalenging the social science', 2pm, MC2003, all welcome.
Peadar Kirby is Professor Emeritus of International Politics and Public Policy, Department of Politics and Public Administration, UL
While scientists raise their voices with ever greater alarm about the effects of greenhouse gas emissions on our climate and...Read More
Seminar - Political Dynasties in Ireland- on September 21, 2012
Wednesday 26 September, 2pm, MC2003
Diarmuid Scully (UL) Political Dynasties in Ireland
PPA Seminar Wednesday 12th September 2012 @ 2.00pm, Room: MC2003- on September 11, 2012
EU Cohesion Policy and Europeanization in Ireland
Department of Politics and Public Administration, UL
This paper presents a study of the Irish experience of EU cohesion policy, with a view to exploring what the Irish case can tell us about the conditionality of state’s adaptation to EU policy values and practice. Using Bache’s (2008) framework for the...Read More
Social Movements and Political Change in Africa: Shaping Technologies for Change- on June 8, 2012
Social Movements and Political Change in Africa:
Shaping Technologies for Change
14-15 June 2012
Venue: Board Room, Library
Thursday 14 June
9 -9.30 am: Registration at workshop venue.
9.30-9.45 am: Welcome: Rachel Ibreck and Ciara McCorley, University of Limerick.
9.45 –11 am: Social Movement Paradigms and Socially Excluded Groups, Didier Chabanet, European University...Read More
Alex de Waal Agenda Setting Lecture- on April 20, 2012
Alex de Waal, Executive Director, World Peace Foundation delivered an Agenda Setting lecture for the Department of Politics and Public Administration on 'Contesting Visions of Peace in Africa: Darfur, Ivory Coast, Libya' on Wednesday 2nd May, 2012 at the University of Limerick. A podcast of his lecture is available now