TASC Newsletter 31 August 2021

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Conversation Series with Business Leaders Colin Hunt CEO AIB 

Our first conversation in this new series will take place on Wednesday the 15th September with Colin Hunt, CEO AIB. He will focus on a number of topics, including the role of financial institutions in advancing sustainability, backing innovation in the face of climate change and AIB's role in the banking sector in Ireland.  AIB is currently partnering with TASC to develop an inclusive and participatory approach to climate-led community development, the People's Transition. Register Here 

Fairness and trust are key to successful action on climate crisis

In the first of two articles published in the Business Post exploring the findings of a TASC - FEPS survey of Irish perceptions of climate action, conducted by Red C, Seán McCabe discusses the trust in decision makers, the prioritisation of climate change compared to other pressing concerns and the ramifications for policy making around the climate crisis. Read the article here

Youth Engagement Survey

TASC is currently a partner of the project CommEUnication - Youth Engagement for Communicating the EU – funded by the Europe for Citizens Programme of the European Union. The project aims to promote a deeper understanding of the EU, specifically its values and its benefits, in order to encourage citizens to increase their engagement as EU citizens and to tackle disinformation. We would really appreciate if you could complete or share this short online survey. Access the survey here

 Financial wellbeing for Migrants Event 

This event is aimed at migrant people living in Ireland who are interested in learning about financial well being and other supports. Guest speakers include Mary Watters (Regional Manager, North Dublin - Citizen Information Services), Gwen Harris (North Dublin MABS Regional Manager) and our own Amie Lajoie ( Senior Researcher, TASC). 
Register here

Media enquiries should be directed to:

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

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