Ireland in the early 2010s stands at a crossroads. The ongoing change and crisis in institutions that once had our trust force us to ask, 'What now?'Next Generation Ireland brings together ten young Irish men and women to answer this very question. All are under forty and are emerging experts in their chosen fields. They have come together because they believe that, in this time of questioning, there exists a huge opportunity for the next generation to build the Ireland of the 2020s and 2030s.The book tackles the essential challenges confronting Irish politics and society, the economy, the environment, and Ireland's relationship with the rest of the world. Each writer proposes transformative policies in their respective areas that will renew and sustain the Irish state in the coming decades.Urging reform and policy transformation, Next Generation Ireland marks the beginning of an interesting conversation. Do you wish to participate?
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Ed Burke (Editor)
Ed Burke is a political and security analyst with the Foundation for International Relations (FRIDE), a European think tank based in Madrid.
Ronan Lyons (Editor)
Ronan Lyons is an economist at Oxford University. His areas of focus include urban economics, national competitiveness and public policy.