The Irish Regions European Office (IREO) is a specialised support service which acts as a bridge between Irish local and regional government and the European Union, explaining and guiding its stakeholders through the Brussels scene and promoting Irish interests and best practices at the European level.
Operating as part of the Eastern and Midland Regional Assembly and with the support of the Department for Housing, Planning and Local Government, our focus is on bringing the EU closer to the wider local government sector and vice versa.
Today we are launching the first Horizon Impact Award to celebrate the scientists whose work has made a difference to all of us in our daily lives. Great science is what moves our world forward. #ResearchImpactEU
Busy day in Bucharest where I was addressing Local & Regional Politicians, Civic Leaders and International Press from across Europe on Brexit and the challenges facing Ireland. So crucial that a hard #Brexit is avoided @EPP_CoR @EU_CoR @FineGael @TippFmNews @TheNationalist
#Romania is honored to host The 8th European Summit of Regions and Cities #EULocal. We have the resources, capacity and strength required not only to preserve but to increase confidence in the #EU. @ro2019eu and @EU_CoR are working together for the #FutureOfEurope
The Eastern and Midland Regional Assembly, @EMRAssembly, is looking for a Head of the Irish Regions European Office & Co-ordinator of the Irish delegation to the Committee of the Regions based in Brussels. Apply before 1st April: https://t.co/hzyTtUMuTe
Looking for a new challenge? We are recruiting for the post of Administrative Officer for @IrishRegions_EU office in Brussels 🇧🇪. See the details: https://t.co/nTHZpMplI8 Deadline for applications: 4pm on Monday 1st April 2019.
'European Parliament adopts in plenary the continuation of the two territorial cooperation programmes PEACE IV and United Kingdom-Ireland in the event of a no-deal Brexit'
One of the four key functions of the Irish Regions European Office is to enable local and regional actors to make the most of having their own permanent physical presence at the heart of Europe with all that entails in terms of tapping into useful connections.