TASC Newsletter 16 February 2021

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Launch of the People's Transition - Ardara and Phibsborough - 18 February 10.30am

From February to August, 2021, People's Transition pilot projects will take place in two pioneering communities, supported by AIB. The People's Transition is a participative decision-making approach developed by TASC that views climate action as an enabler of local development.

The approach aims to enhance public support for climate action by tackling inequality, building local wealth and raising standards of living through the delivery of climate solutions. Register here

TASC Conversations Series 
Tuesday 2 March -  11am  

As a TD, Catherine Murphy has been a passionate advocate of housing reform. The economic fallout from the pandemic will affect the housing market for years to come, and potentially exacerbate the issues that have led to a housing crisis in the Republic. Register here

The Triggering of Article 16
by Prof James Stewart

Triggering Article 16 has the potential to create immense difficulties for the future relationship between Great Britain, Northern Ireland, and Ireland.Limiting the damage will be time consuming and difficult..Read on here

TASC Lunchtime Seminar 19 March 11.30am
with author Peadar Kirby 

His latest book is Karl Polanyi and the Contemporary Political Crisis: Transforming Market Society in an Era of Climate Change. Drawing on the work the famed social theorist, it investigates the causes of our current global crisis through a Polanyian lens.
Register here 

Fighting for Public Access to Online Local Council meetings by Michelle Byrne at Uplift  

We make the future by ensuring everyone can access our local governance. Most of us believe that, no matter what we look like or where we live, we should all have access to our democracy and ensure that the leaders we elected are held accountable. Read on here 

Media enquiries should be directed to:

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

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