As part of Government’s ongoing consultation work on Brexit, a series of consultations and dialogues with civic society are taking place. Led by Ministers, these are an invaluable opportunity to hear directly about the all-island implications of Brexit, from a variety of stakeholders and across a wide range of sectors.
Read about the civic dialogue process below, which comprises of the first plenary, the sectoral dialogues and the second plenary.
All-Island Civic Dialogue: A Compendium
The All-Island Civic Dialogue Compendium report draws together the reports from the two plenary sessions and the outcomes from the sectoral dialogues.
Read the compendium report here.
Second Plenary meeting of the All-Island Civic Dialogue
Taoiseach Enda Kenny and the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Charlie Flanagan convened the second Plenary meeting of the All-Island Civic Dialogue on Brexit in Dublin Castle on 17 February 2017.
The second session builds on the work of the first plenary and the fourteen All-Island sectoral dialogues. It also provided a further opportunity to capture the views of those most directly affected from across the island, as we approach the start of formal negotiations.
Preparing for Brexit: Presentation by John Callinan, Second Secretary General, Department of the Taoiseach (MS PowerPoint)
Attendance list for the Second Plenary
Report of the Second Plenary
All-Island Sectoral Dialogues
All-Island Sectoral Dialogues, took place in a range of locations across the country. You can download this summary report which outlines the key themes from each consultation.
Further Education & Training
Education & Research
Transport & Logistics
Tourism & Hospitality
Children and Young People
Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation
Heritage, Culture & Rural Ireland
Prepared Consumer Foods, Horticulture, Cereals, Tillage, Animal Feed, Forestry
Human Rights and the Good Friday Agreement
Welfare Rights & Mobility
All-Island Civic Dialogue
Taoiseach Enda Kenny and the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Charlie Flanagan convened the second Plenary meeting of the All-Island Civic Dialogue on Brexit in Kilmainham in November 2016.
This all-day event provided an opportunity to hear the voices of the people affected by the vote, both directly and through their representative groups. It also provided an opportunity to map the challenges presented by Brexit and how they might impact on different elements of society and the economy on an all-island basis.
Watch back this event here.
Read the report from the first Plenary here.
Download the list of attendees here.
Updated on 15 March 2017