In his address to the IIEA, Director General LI Yong discusses the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation’s mandate of inclusive and sustainable industrial development in the context of the 2030 Agenda and Ireland’s new A Better World international development policy.
This explainer outlines what steps have been taken by the EU and EU Member States to address the challenges of climate change. It also examines how EU climate policy is governed and sets out the timelines for further action.
Ireland has substantially contributed to international security within the UN, EU and NATO Partnership for Peace. Geopolitical changes in the Northern region have considerable implications for Ireland, Finland, Norway and Sweden
Peter Brown Editor of ISO Standard: Governance Implications of the Use of AI
Peter Brown looks at how the prospect of widescale uptake of AI presents new ethical and governance challenges for organisations, governments, and society; and why these are as much boardroom and executive concerns as they are technology ones.
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