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ISE Dublin has moved to the main TCD Campus

As from 20 May, 2013, the Irish School of Ecumenics and the Loyola Institute will be located on the main TCD campus. The new location will be: Irish School of Ecumenics and Loyola Institute Building Trinity College College Green Dublin 2. The building is located beside the Department of Zoology. The main telephone number for […]

Dr Peter D. Hershock Public Lecture 3 May

Public Lecture ‘Higher Education, Globalization and the Critical Emergence of Diversity – A response from a Chan Buddhist perspective’   By Dr Peter D. Hershock Venue: Neill/Hoey Theatre, in the Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin Time: 7.00 p.m., on Friday, 3rd May 2013 PETER D. HERSHOCK is Coordinator of the Asian Studies Development Program […]

Flags in Fermanagh: Fermanagh Churches Forum and How Churches Can Contribute to A Shared Future in Northern Ireland

The Fermanagh Churches Forum recently hosted a conference on “Flags, God and Divided Loyalties.” There was lively discussion and some productive thinking about how churches can contribute to the common good as Northern Ireland navigates its journey from Troubles to (hopefully) peace. The conference was organised by the Good Relations Department of Fermanagh District Council […]

Gillian Wylie recently co-authored and co-presented a paper at the World Alliance of Cities Against Poverty held in Dublin February 20-21

Gillian Wylie recently co-authored and co-presented a paper on ‘ICT 4 the MDGs?: The Role of Technology in Making Cities Safer, Smarter and More Sustainable’ with Prof Siobhan Clarke of Computer Science in TCD and Hans Zomer of Dochas. In the photo Siobhan Clark, Hans Zomer along with  fellow panellists Johannes Loh and Taukik Indrakesum of Asian Trends […]

Dr Gillian Wylie (ISE) and Dr Eilis Ward (NUI Galway) present their research on human trafficking and prostitution to Oireachtas (Irish Parliament) Committee on Justice

Dr Gillian Wylie and Dr Eilis Ward (NUI GAlway) were invited to contribute to a public hearing of the Oireachtas (Irish Parliament) Committee on Justice on December 10th. The Committee is currently hearing public submissions on the future of Prostitution Policy in Ireland. Drs Ward and Wylie drew on their on-going research into human trafficking […]