Nicola is a free spirited individual with a strong personality, who is always open for new opportunities and loves meeting new people. Her passion for the hospitality industry started from the age of 16, where she worked in restaurants and B&B’s on weekends to earn pocket money.
After winning the bursary, Nicola was excited to finish Matric knowing what lay ahead of her. She enrolled at The International Hotel School this year and is currently in her first...
SPIRe EXTRA Seminar ‘Preventing Recruitment and Use of Child Soldiers’ byUCDspirePosted onMay 2, 2013 Richard Clarke, Child Soldiers International‘Preventing Recruitment and Use of Child Soldiers’ 3-4 pm, Wednesday, May 8th, G317 John Henry Newman BuildingRichard Clarke is the director of Child Soldiers International, a London-based NGO campaigning to end the recruitment and use of children as soldiers worldwide. Previously he was a British foreign service officer, and had the real privilege of serving for two years as the Deputy Head of Mission in Dublin for 1996-8, spanning the run up to, and conclusion of the Good Friday Agreement. This entry...
Rainer Forst: “Toleration and Democracy” byUCDspirePosted onApril 29, 2013 ACCEPT Pluralism Project, UCD School of Politics and International Relations and UCD School of PhilosophyThursday 9 May 2013Rainer ForstToleration and DemocracyNewman House 7pmThere will be a reception preceding the event from 6.15pm.Rainer Forst is Professor of Political Theory at the Department for Social Sciences, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt. He was named the ‘most important political philosopher of his generation’ when awarded the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize in 2012. His publications include Contexts of Justice: Political Philosophy beyond Liberalism and Communitarianism, 2002; The Right to Justification: Elements of a Constructivist Theory...
SPIRe Seminar Week 11: “From Tiger to PIIGS. Ireland and the use of heuristics in comparative political economy.””By University College Dublin Mon, Apr 15, 2013 11:39AM UTC 0 Comment
SPIRe Seminar Week 11: “From Tiger to PIIGS. Ireland and the use of heuristics in comparative political economy.”” byUCDspirePosted onApril 15, 2013 SPIRe’s week ten seminar will feature SPIRe’s Drs. Samuel Brazys and Niamh Hardiman presenting on their research on “From Tiger to PIIGS. Ireland and the use of heuristics in comparative political economy.” from 12:00-13:00 Wednesday, April 17th in G316 Newman Building, UCD Belfield. All are welcome.Abstract“The PIIGS are…” “The BRICS will…” “The LDCs can…” Heuristics pervade the lexicon of international and comparative political economy. Grouping actors based on perceived or observed characteristics can facilitate discussion and analysis. However,...
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