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What does a better economy look like for Northern Ireland?

What does a better economy look like?

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Appointed with the help of CO3's recruitment service, Engage, Northern Ireland National Director of Diabetes UK, Tina McCrossan was barely into post when Covid-19 hit in early 2020.  Here she tells CO3's members about how a focus on planning and communications kept her new team on point.  

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CO3 and Carnegie UK Trust - What does a better economy look like for Northern Ireland?

The legacy of the pandemic will have long-lasting, possibly irreversible, effects on the economy that the government will have to face over the coming years.  The most notable being paying for the immense increase in government spending on support packages offered.  The government deficit will increase to levels not seen since the Second World War, and with it the national debt.

This will alter the complexion of the UK’s public finances for decades to come. The pain of lockdown imposed to reduce mortality rates will mostly be felt by the young and economically insecure.

There are likely to be calls for those who benefited most from the lockdown to contribute most to pay for it. What should economic recovery look like as we step forward?  Who should pay for the national debt? 

Event Details

Date: Thursday 28 October 2021

Time: 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

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Save the Date - Carnegie UK Trust Conference

“What Kind of Northern Ireland (NI) do we want”? 

The Carnegie UK Trust (CUKT) was set up to improve the wellbeing of the people of the UK and Ireland. Over the past five years we have been working with partners in Northern Ireland on embedding a wellbeing approach in government.

We know that COVID-19 will have major long-term impacts for Northern Ireland communities, economy, and the delivery of essential public services. We are therefore hosting this event to explore key questions for improving wellbeing in Northern Ireland and share practical ideas for tackling the challenges ahead through a series of online discussions. Attendees will include civil society, government, business and academic leaders and practitioners. The discussions will be designed to be as inclusive as possible to support a range of experiences and views to be heard.

Using online workshops and roundtable discussions the project will identify and explore key questions, test assumptions and expectations about the post-COVID-19 future and start developing ideas and sharing practical plans for the challenges ahead.

Please 'Save the Date' for the Conference below.

Conference Details

Date: Wednesday 8 December 2021

Time: 12:30pm - 4:30pm

Where: Online

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