2020 has, for obvious reasons, witnessed a full-scale revolution in the way we work. And, while we may have begun the year scrambling to learn all there is about remote
2020 has, for obvious reasons, witnessed a full-scale revolution in the way we work. And, while we may have begun the year scrambling to learn all there is about remote working, many of us are now eager to see how it actually helps our nonprofit organisations to thrive and grow in the future.
The Wheel invite invite you to join them on Tuesday, 1 December for our New Currents – the future of the Way We Work discussion. Taking place online (11.30am – 12.45pm), this free Zoom gathering will take the form of a wide-ranging and forward-looking discussion, featuring an esteemed panel of innovators and leaders in the field. We will be looking at the impact of COVID-19 on how we work today, from both a technological and organisational culture perspective, as well as asking what comes next and how will the remote working revolution fit into that new reality?
This event is free to attend. We do require you to please register first.
We look forward to welcoming you online on 1 December.
DFI's own Lisa Fenwick, @NicsDon of @NUIGCDLP , post doc researcher Jenny Dagg, Phd Student Ainsley McClean, @NUIGCDLP Sharon Hegarty and @GalwayCoCo Charlotte May @GalwayCoPPN celebrating #IDPWD2020 #PurpleLights20 !
Thanks Charlotte in @GalwayCoPPN for sharing-
@NUIGAccess @nuigalway celebrates International Day of People with Disabilities by hosting ‘all in this together’ Photography Competition. Submit your photo today to win a prize!
#nuigtogether #PurpleLights20 #IDPWD20 #IDPWD
Big news! €1.5 million is available for heritage-led regeneration of towns around the country in 2021. The Historic Towns Initiative (HTI) for next year was announced today by @noonan_malcolm on a visit to @HeritageHubIRE's office in Kilkenny