The IIEA Emerging Voices group brings together a diverse group of emerging leaders, from a range of different backgrounds. Since 2018 the group has met on a monthly basis to share their views on Ireland’s place in the future of the EU and to further their understanding of European affairs.
This anthology will engage a wide variety of readers; the multitude of topics covered demonstrates the breadth and depth of knowledge of the group from climate change, migration, social policy, economics, and citizen engagement, offering a fresh outlook and an opportunity to consider some of the most important issues facing Ireland and the EU today.
Citizen Engagement and the European Union
Out of the Harbour’s Mouth: The Common Fisheries Policy and Brexit
What Future for Social Europe?
Our Gallant Allies in Europe”
Irish Diplomacy in a
Placing Citizens at the Heart of Policy Making: Fair Climate Action
“The Court is not for turning” Citizen Access to the Court of Justice of the European Union
“A Stake in the Outcome?”
External Voting Rights for Irish Citizens
GDPR: What now for the Future of Personal Data?
Re-imagining the African Continental Free Trade Area and the Future of the EU-Africa Partnership
The Case for a European Mortgage Market
Possibilities for a ‘Just Transition’ for Agriculture
Nadia Reeves Long
Why Ireland should include Socio-Economic Status in Equality Legislation
Greening the Future: Policy Options for Greener Cities
EU Counter-terrorism Policy after 2015
Opportunities for Ireland in Climate Change Leadership
Can the EU become a Global Leader in Technology Regulation?
Money Matters: Who Issues Money?
Building Inclusive Societies