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AFRICA DAY 2011

Africa Day Celebration “Investing in Africa: Society, Agriculture and Enterprise”

Africa Day is an initiative of the African Union, which celebrates African diversity and success and the cultural and economic potential of the continent. Africa Day allows us to celebrate the relationship that exists between Africa and Ireland. Events to mark the occasion will this year include a conference examining the role that trade and agriculture have in Africa's future economic development. Trinity College, University College Dublin and Self Help Africa collaborate with the African embassies in Ireland to present an impressive roster of international speakers to discuss the topic "Investing in Africa - Society, Agriculture & Enterprise" at an afternoon conference to be held at Trinity College Dublin.

Participating speakers will include:

The conference will be chaired by Charlie Bird, Chief News Correspondent, RTE and will be opened by Minister of State for Trade and Development, Jan O'Sullivan and H.E. Catherine Muigai Mwangi, Kenyan Ambassador. This event is proudly supported by Irish Aid.

Date: May 25th
Time: 2.30 - 4.30pm
Venue: Davis Theatre, TCD
RSVP to tidi@tcd.ie by Wednesday 18th May

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Workshop on The Political Economy of the Crisis

Location:Institute for International Integration Studies, IIIS Seminar Room, 6th Floor of the Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin
Date: February 25th - 26th February 2011

Papers Available for Download

 

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Event:Conference
Date & Time: 28-29th October 2010
Title: First TEMPO Conference on INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
Venue: Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin

Getting there? Long Room Hub

Call for Papers [download pdf 81kb}

Important Dates:

  • Submission of full papers by 18.00 GMT September 10th 2010
  • Decisions will be made by September 17th 2010

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Event:Conference
Date & Time: 24 September, 2010
Title:7th annual meeting of the Irish Society of New Economists (ISNE) in Dublin on 24 September, 2010.
By: The Economics Department of Trinity College Dublin (TCD), in association with the Institute for International Integration Studies (IIIS), is very pleased to host the 7th annual meeting of the Irish Society of New Economists (ISNE) in Dublin
Venue: TCD Dublin

The Economics Department of Trinity College Dublin (TCD), in association with the Institute for International Integration Studies (IIIS), is very pleased to host the 7th annual meeting of the Irish Society of New Economists (ISNE) in Dublin on 24 September, 2010.

The ISNE was formed to encourage research, information and social links among economists at the early stages of their careers in Ireland and Europe. The annual conference is intended for MSc, PhD students, and young professionals in the early stages of research. Eligibility to present has nothing to do with age. We strongly encourage those working on economics-related research in all settings to present.

The 2010 ISNE meeting will feature the work and findings of scholars in economics, econometrics and related fields, and will provide an excellent opportunity to

present your own research results and work in progress. Additionally, a social event will be offered. The Keynote Speech will be given by Professor Philip Lane (TCD and CEPR).

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Event: Conference
Title: New Migrations, New Challenges: Trinity Immigration Initiative International Conference
Date: 30th June - 3rd July, 2010
Venue: TCD Dublin
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Conference
Title: The 8th INFINITI Conference on International Finance
Date: 14-15 June 2010
Venue: TCD Dublin
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Event: Africa Day Conference
AfricaDay

The second annual celebration of Africa Day at TCD, was organised by the Institute for International Integration Studies (IIIS) and the Trinity International Development Initiative, with the support of Irish Aid as part of the Africa Day celebrations nationwide. The event was chaired by Professor Alan Matthews, Director of the IIIS and Professor of Agricultural Policy, Department of Economics, Trinity College read more

IIIS in collaboration with TIDI is hosting its annual Africa Day event
Title: Celebrate Africa Day: Food for Thought: Revitalising African Agriculture for Food Security and Poverty Alleviation
Speakers: Ousmane Badiane, Director for Africa, International Food Policy Research Institute and Steven Were Omamo, Deputy Director, Policy, Planning and Strategy Division, UN World Food Programme.
Justin Kilcullen, CEO, Trócaire will deliver the Irish response to the discussions.
Date: Tuesday May 25th 2010
Time: 2.30-5pm
Venue: Davis Lecture Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin


Event: Conference
Title: EGAP experiments in governance and politics 3rd meeting
Date: May 7-8 2010
Venue: TCD Dublin
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Past Conferences



 


 

Event:Conference
Date & Time: 8-9 June 2009
Title:7th INFINITI Conference on International Finance
By:School of Business
Venue:Trinity College Dublin

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Event: Conference: Impact Measurement in Development Aid
Date & Time: April, 17th 2009, 2pm – 6pm,
Venue: Graduate Memorial Building (GMB), Trinity College Dublin

 

 

From L-R Michael King (TCD), Macartan Humphreys (Columbia U),
Jenny Aker (Tufts U), Fintan Farrelly (Irish Aid), Marie Gaarder (3ie) and Pedro Vicente (TCD).


Event: Norface Seminar
Date & Time:
Title:Seminar III: Firms in International Trade: Evidence and Implications for Europe
By:
Venue:Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics
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Event:'FDI and the Globalisation of European Labour Markets’, Norface Seminar II
Date & Time: 24-25 October 2008
Title:
By:
Venue:University of Munich, Germany

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Event:Workshop
Date & Time: 17th October 2008
Title:Political Economy Workshop
By:IIIS & Political Science
Venue:IIIS, Trinity College Dublin


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Event: Conference
Date & Time: July 4th 2008
Title:'Strengthening Institutions for Development and Poverty Reduction'
By: Institute for International Integration Studies (IIIS) in association with Trinity International Development Initiative (TIDI) and supported by The Advisory Board for Irish Aid (ABIA)
Venue:Trinity College Dublin


'Europe and Financial Globalisation' Norface Seminar I
11-12 June 2008, IIIS, Trinity College Dublin

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The 6th INFINITI Conference on International Finance
Monday-Tuesday, 9-10 June 2008
“Micro and Macro Foundations of International Financial Integration”

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The Political Economy of the Service Transition
Institute for International Integration Studies, Trinity College Dublin
16th and 17th May 2008

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Migration Research Fair
24th September, 2007 @ 9am-7pm, IIIS Seminar Room C6.002

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World Database of Parties, Elections, and Governments: Constructing a Common Data Infrastructure for Cross-National Political Data
21st and 22nd of September 2007


The European Slave Trade: Character, Causes, Challenges
3rd- 5th of July 2007


5th INFINITI Conference on International Finance
11th -12th of June 2007


Understanding Social Housing Networks in Europe: Issues and Opportunities
15th March 2007


Second Annual Workshop on Global Interdependence- CEPR & IIIS (TCD)
2nd and 3rd of March 2007


Party Politics in Europe at the Transnational Level
2nd-3rd of February, 2007


Legitimacy of the European Union after Enlargement
24th-25th November 2006


Irish Election Studies 2002-2007
29th- 30th of September 2006


Innovations in International Business and Supply Chains: The challenges and opportunities of RFID
18th of September 2006


Palestine As 'State of Exception': A Global Paradigm
12th-13th of September 2006


Research Frontiers in Wholesale Distribution:
The Evolution and Global Diffusion of Wholesaling Systems

7th - 8th September 2006


Ireland and Global Development:
Strengthening Financial, Trade and Health Systems

5th – 6th July 2006


Religion and Globalising Liberalism II: The Christian Sources of Liberal Society
26-28 June 2006


Association for Legal and Social Philosophy (ALSP)
Call for Papers: ALSP 2006 Annual Conference

29 June - 01 July 2006


Technological Innovations in International Business and Supply Chains: The challenges and opportunities of RFID

16th June 2006


4 th INFINITI Conference on International Finance
12th -13th June 2006


Employment in the Enlarging European Union
– Towards a New Flexibility? Workshop

2nd June 2006


Productivity Workshop IIIS/CEPR
28th & 30th April 2006



Crimes against Humanitarian Law: International Law:
International Trials in Perspective

24th February 2006


Global Networks Project: Alternative Narratives of Globalisation? New Theorisations of Migrant Women's Global Networks
12th-13th December 2005


POST-WAR PERIODS IN 20TH CENTURY EUROPE: 1919...1945...1989...
21st - 22nd October 2005


IIIS Internal Conference
29 September 2005


Global Networks Conference
(23-24 September 2005)


Presidential Session
From Local to Global: Firms and Markets in International Trade

(7 September 2005)


The 12th Annual Global Finance Conference (GFC)
>(27th-29th June 2005)


3rd INFINITI Conference : Real and Financial Aspects of Financial Integration
(24th June 2005)


Meeting Global Development Challenges: Ireland's White Paper on Development Cooporation
(15th June 2005)


The Irish Conference of Historians presents: Intelligence, Statecraft and International Power<
(19th-21st May 2005)


INFINITI-MFRG Miniconference
(20 May 2004 )


IIIS Miniconference - Maynooth College Department of Economics
(Nov 24th 2004)


Global Health - The Challenges Bi-Annual Conference
(July 7-July 8 2004)


''2nd INFINITI Conference : Bond Market Integration
(May 31 -June 1st 2004)


''Micro and Macro Perspectives on FDI''
(IIIS Conference, February 13-14 2004)


IIIS International Economics Mini-Conference
(Oct 24th 2004)


"Irish and Scottish Mercantile Networks in Europe and Overseas, c.1550-c.1820"
(Oct 31st - Nov 1st 2003)


"Proof & Credibility in Asylum Law"
(Sept.25th-26th 2003)


"Empire, Subjectivity and Political Theory"
(July 24- Jul 25 2003)


"Activism & Development" (Colloquium)
(July 10 2003)


"The Global Development Challenge"  
(July 10 2003)


"1st INFINITI Conference : Equity Market Integration"<
(June 03 2003)


The Analysis of International Capital Markets
(Dec 02 2002)


The Political Economy of Globalization: Can the Past Inform the Present?
(Aug 02 2002)


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