Publication - Research and analysis

The Scottish Diaspora and Diaspora Strategy: Insights and Lessons from Ireland

Published: 29 May 2009
Part of:
Research
ISBN:
0755974740

In both Scotland and Ireland sustained attention is now being given to the potential benefits which might flow from renewing and refreshing relationships with overseas diasporic populations. The objective of the report is to contribute to the development of such thinking by identifying and reflecting upon Scotland's approach to its diaspora relative to its Irish counterpart.

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The Scottish Diaspora and Diaspora Strategy: Insights and Lessons from Ireland
APPENDIX 1: PEOPLE INTERVIEWED AS PART OF THE RESEARCH

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APPENDIX 1: PEOPLE INTERVIEWED AS PART OF THE RESEARCH

Scotland

Irene Johnstone, Director, Scottish Enterprise and International Networks
Ben Guthrie, British Council Coordinator, Scottish Networks International
Dick Mungin, Former Chief Executive Officer, Scotland funds
Ruth Steel, Global Friends of Scotland
Ian Kernohan, Scottish Government
Joanne Deponio, Homecoming Scotland, Event Scotland
Denise Hill, Director, Visit Scotland
Luke Cavanagh, Scottish Government, Analytical Services

Ireland

Kingley Aikens, Chairperson, Ireland Funds
Ray Bassett, Assistant Secretary, Department of Foreign Affairs
Noreen Bowden, Director, Emigrant Advice Network
Jim Carroll, Irish Abroad Unit, Department of Foreign Affairs
Goan Cathal, Director-General, RTE
Liam Ferrie, Emigrant News
Conor Fahy, Regional Director, Southern Europe, Middle East and Africa, Enterprise Ireland
Gerry Murphy, Director, International Sales & Partnering, Enterprise Ireland
Tim O'Connor, Secretary General, President's Office