Rebuilding Ireland as a Knowledge Society


When: 3pm this Thursday December 16th.

The core argument I’d like to make is that we cannot expect
a knowledge and innovation-based economy to grow from a society which
is still largely based around a secretive “wink & nod” culture.

Cathal Furey
Cathal Furey

Cathal Furey (@cathalfurey) holds a BSc in Finance, Computing &
Enterprise and an MA in International Relations. He currently lectures
part-time in Dublin City University in Multimedia & Business and makes
video content with @ptense (Present Tense Productions). Cathal
recently won a 2010 Irish Web Award in the Best Guerilla Social Media
Campaign category for the “Call for a General Election” non-party
campaign he set up in March 2010. The campaign’s Facebook page
currently has over 10,000 fans and has received wide national and
regional media coverage.

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