Implementation Network of Ireland and Northern Ireland event ‘Using Implementation Approaches to enable equity: Dismantling Barriers to services’.

The Implementation Network for Ireland and Northern Ireland is hosting its next networking event on Wednesday 29 November at the Linenhall Library in Belfast.  

The keynote speaker for this event is internationally renowned Implementation expert Allison Metz, Ph.D, from the University of North Carolina, and will feature speakers from the Equality Commission NI, the University of Limerick and the Centre for Effective Services.

The panel will present a range of implementation approaches that enable equity from across the island of Ireland, including the engagement of users in service design and findings from the implementation of equality strategies.

The event is aimed at policy makers, service planners and designers, programme managers and service delivery teams from Government departments and agencies, the community and voluntary sector, and organisations involved in championing equality for minority and marginalised groups, from both Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Participants will have the opportunity to interact with expert speakers, network with others working in the field of implementation and equity, and to build on the learning and connections created at the last Network event in March which explored the successful ingredients of implementing policy to enable and support our response to gender-based violence.

To register for the event on 29 November please click here

Membership of the Network is free. Members have access to learning and expertise on Implementation Science and practice from across the world, through events and newsletters, training courses and resources.  

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