TASC Newsletter

The Future We Want V1

Brexit - All Changed Now? with MP Paul Blomfield - Friday 13 November 11am 

Paul Blomfield will discuss Labour's position on Brexit, the future of UK-Irish relations, and the effect of trade negations - or the lack thereof - on the peace process and politics on the island of Ireland. Register here

The People’s Transition: Community-led Development for Climate -  18 November 10am 

This FEPS TASC publication will be launched by Mary Robinson, Former President of Ireland and former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, and Diederik Samsom, Head of cabinet of the European Commission Executive Vice-President in charge of the European Green Deal, among other relevant speakers. Register for this event here

Conversations with Decision Makers
Tánaiste Leo Varadkar -  23 November 11am 

Tánaiste and Minister for Trade, Enterprise and Employment, Leo Varadkar will talk about, among other things, low pay, inequality during Covid-19 and whether the centre right really cares about social equity. Register for this event here

Inequality, equal pay and the care economy
by Robert Sweeney

In this blog Robert Sweeney examines the issues of care and economic inequality between men and women. The relationship between care and inequality is complex, and a variety of interventions are necessary to ensure economic equality between the sexes. Read on here

Hope gleams in America’s scarred democracy by Shana Cohen

This piece first appeared in the Irish Times on 7 November 2020. Trump’s division has sparked awareness of politics, civic values and human rights. Read on here

An effective corporation-tax system for EU
by Paul Sweeney

Tax wars have so far denied the EU the unanimity required to stop the race to the bottom on corporation tax. Read on here

Media enquiries should be directed to:

Shana Cohen
Email: scohen@tasc.ie
Tel: +353 1 6169050

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