Job quality in Irish Construction with Minister Darragh O'Brien - 21 April - 11am
TASC has partnered with the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) to investigate working conditions in the Irish construction sector.The beginning of 2021 has seen most building projects brought to a halt. When the lockdown ends construction, like other sectors, is set to restart. It is as important now as it ever has been that the sector provides quality jobs.
Join us for the report launch on Wednesday 21 April 11am with:
Minister Darragh O'Brien, Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage
Joseph Kilroy, Ireland Policy and Public Affairs, CIOB
TASC has organised the Conversations with Decision makers series in order to provide a platform for the public to engage with elected representatives during this time of crisis. We have been fortunate enough to host politicians from across the political spectrum.
We are delighted to welcome Deputy Conway-Walsh for the next TASC Conversation with Decision Makers.
Areas of discussion will include:
structural challenges in higher education in Ireland
access and equality of opportunity
investing in research
unlocking the potential of an all-Ireland education system
New policies for social change needed after pandemic is over by Shana Cohen
Two areas of work offer an opportunity to make a symbolic statement about social values. The first is raising the pay and improving the working conditions of frontline workers in health and social care (including student nurses), food, and essential retail, namely everyone that has kept working in public-facing, sometimes ostensibly “low skill”, jobs to fight the pandemic and meet public needs. Read on here