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General News / October 16, 2019

Ireland’s Edge reveal first round of speakers discussing 2019’s biggest issues

General News / October 16, 2019

Ireland’s Edge reveal first round of speakers discussing 2019’s biggest issues

Ireland’s Edge – Endings + Edges, Bonds + Borderlands

2019’s discourse has been dominated by Brexit, Ireland’s place in Europe, immigration, the ongoing digital revolution and climate change. These topics and more will be examined and investigated by a line-up of thinkers, creatives, writers and more from various disciplines at Ireland’s Edge.

Described as  a multidisciplinary creative event series that makes up a distinct strand of Other Voices, the event’s conversation will be framed around “the borderland between the known predictable world and the uncharted territory ahead.”

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Taking place at Skellig Hotel in Dingle on November 29-30 the event will see the likes of CNN reporter Donie O’Sullivan, Downing Street’s former Brexit spokesperson Matthew O’Toole and many more heading discussion.

Tickets are on sale now. Click here for more info.