Over the course of the project we will be running a number of workshops designed to bring together the key people in the Celtic Seas to have constructive dialogue, build good working relationships and develop a strong partnership. We also aim to provide this group with the information and support they need to engage with the Marine Strategy Framework Directive.
We are holding three workshops at a multi-national level inviting people from each of the project countries (so England, France, Ireland, Isle of Man, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales) and then a number of workshops at a country level. The idea is to allow you to have discussions at a multi-national scale and then take those discussions back into your individual countries to think about what it means in Scotland, Wales etc. These workshops will be open to all marine users and we want to encourage a diverse attendance at each event to give a true representation of the Celtic Seas.
Workshops coming up:
Tying the Celtic knot: Creating lasting partnerships for the Celtic Seas, taking place at Croke Park, Dublin on the 18th and 19th of October 2016
The third and final Celtic Seas Partnership workshop is now fully booked, if you would like to be put on our reserve list please get in touch.
At the event we will showcase our final outputs and find ways of ensuring that the work we’ve developed together is sustained beyond the life of the project.
You’ll have the opportunity to:
- review a series of future scenarios and discuss what they mean for the management of the Celtic Seas
- identify ways of continuing to work together at the Celtic Seas scale
- put your questions to a panel of policy makers and experts