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Professor Brian Donnellan of Maynooth University and the AISCF Chair stated: “We plan to share information, to discuss initiatives that have worked in different cities and how they may work in future.
It says that in addition to hearing from those who support a united Ireland the forum must also include unionist voices.
A recommendation to set up another New Ireland Forum comes more than three decades after the first one was established by then Taoiseach Dr Garret Fitzgerald.
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D., Minister of State for Community Affairs, Natural Resources and Digital Development; Lean Doody, Smart Cities Leader, Arup; and Prof Brian Donnellan, Maynooth University and chair of the All Ireland Smart Cities Forum.
The Forum will consider the roll-out of the smart cities agenda across the island of Ireland On Wednesday, 13 September, the All Ireland Smart Cities Forum (AISCF) along with Maynooth University gathered to discuss ‘The Challenge of Smart Cities in Ireland’.