High level discussions with UNESCO concerning Waterford

High level discussions with UNESCO concerning Waterford’s status as a learning city – EsCurS projects objectives and approach were discussed and how the project would contribute to the overall lifelong learning ambitions of the City and South East Region were explored. 

In the photo from Left to Right

Dr Tony Murphy, Head of Lifelong Learning at the School of Education and Lifelong Learning (SoELL) SETU.

Michael Quinn, Director of Economic Development Waterford City & Count Council.

Katherine Collins, Waterford Cultural Quarter Project Manager, Waterford City and County Council.

Donal Nolan, Director of Development Institute of Industrial Engineering and Safety Management Systems.

Raúl Valdés, Coordinator of the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities

Dominic Walsh, Regional Planning Officer, Southern Regional Assembly

Mary Molloy, Executive Planner, Regional Planning, Southern Regional Assembly

Neil Quinlan, Head of Department of Lifelong Learning at South East Technological University (SETU).