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PRESENTATION
Let the Wild Geese Fly:
Dialogue as activism and new systems of leadership
as our planet faces the omni-crisis


27 Mar 2024

By Tue 12 Mar 2024March 30th, 2024BIODIVERSITY, Events

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Event Details

PRESENTATION

Green Foundation Ireland invites you to participate in an evening in-person presentation by Turlough O’Donnell:

LET THE WILD GEESE FLY:
Dialogue as activism and new systems of leadership
as our planet faces the omni-crisis

WEDNESDAY 27 MARCH 2024 – 19:00 to 21:00 (Irish time)
(registration starts at 18:45)

Venue:
Tailors’ Hall, 8 Back Lane, The Liberties, Dublin, D08 X2A3.

Book Here

As always at our events,
an important part will be the
Q&A session
which will allow full
participation by those attending.

Event Programme

About Our Guest Speaker

TURLOUGH O’DONNELL
A retired Senior Counsel at the Bar and former Chair of the General Council of the Bar of Ireland, Turlough is currently practicing as a mediator with a strong interest in encouraging dialogue between people.

Examples of Turlough’s experience as a mediator include: facilitating discussions between the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) and the Gaelic Players Association (GPA), which resulted in agreement recognising the GPA as the player representative body of the GAA; facilitating discussions between An Post and the Irish Postmasters Association, which resulted in a new Postmasters contract with An Post; and being a member of the advisory group on the Magdalene Restorative Justice Ex-Gratia Scheme.

GETTING THERE

Tailors’ Hall is situated at 8 Back Lane, The Liberties, Dublin, D08 X2A3 – here is a map to help you locate it. It can be easily reached by public transport, with many buses serving close by. There are also Dublin Bike stations nearby should you wish to use them.

TICKET DETAILS

While admission is FREE to this event, registration is REQUIRED. Please secure your place by booking here.

Photo by:
CLARE O’GRADY WALSHE

THEME

This presentation by Turlough O’Donnell is about how dialogue and mediation can empower communities and individuals.