Carnegie UK Trust
The Carnegie UK Trust worked with TASC to develop an essay collection called ‘Ensuring Good Future Jobs’ with contributions from key social partners including employers, academics, third sector representatives and trade unions. Representing a coordinated response to the Irish Government’s Future Jobs Strategy, the essays described challenges faced by workers in Ireland today and made recommendations for future policy and practice.
Gail Irvine, Senior Policy and Development Officer at the Carnegie UK Trust, said:
‘TASC have a strong network of contacts and they were generous with their advice on how the project could have be undertaken to have the greatest impact. I found the team highly collegiate, engaged and enthusiastic, and receptive to suggestions from me of how to approach the work, allowing for a strong sense of joint ownership of the project. They communicated clearly when delays were possible or issues arising that had to be addressed, including coming forward proactively with practical solutions.’
Community Law and Mediation
'We worked with TASC in 2019 and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The research that TASC contributed was invaluable to the success of our project and we would be delighted to work with Dr Lajoie again'.
National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA)
NALA commissioned TASC to develop a framework for supporting literacy, numeracy and digital skills. This framework, Literacy for Life, suggests a Whole-of-Government approach for investing in adult literacy, numeracy and digital skills for an equal and resilient Ireland.
'We enjoyed working with the team in TASC on this project. They were interested in the area and open, flexible and committed all through the project. They have a wide range of contacts and relationships and brought these to the table. They communicated well with us and welcomed feedback all the way through.'