Addressing Ageism in Alcohol Practice, Policy and Research. Omagh 21 March.
Chambré Public affairs are working with Drink,Wise Age well to present an informative panel discussion around Ageism and Alcohol policy and practice relating to the over 50s. This free...Read More
Weekly Highlights: Lloyds Banking Group – Digital Leaders Salon
This week, Chambré Public Affairs was delighted to support Lloyds Banking Group in hosting a ‘Digital Leaders Salon’ in Stormont Parliament Buildings. The event, a round-table discussion, brought together...Read More
A Wry Eye – Hooray for Narrow Party Interests!
Can we all please put things in perspective? Will all the moaners and whingers just keep quiet? The bleating we’ve heard about the health service, the budget crisis in...Read More
The Week in Northern Ireland – Disruption and Discord
Managing Director Will Chambré wrote a piece summing up the last week in NI politics… This week has seen a flurry of political news in Northern Ireland. But there...Read More
A Wry Eye – What do we do when we have no government?
When the politics fails who keeps the country running? Who sets the budget? Who follows through on policies? Who takes the crucial decisions? It would appear that the political...Read More
UK Budget – more money for Northern Ireland, but the devil is in the detail
Chancellor Philip looked into his red briefcase on Budget day and pulled out a few highlights for young folk trying to get on property ladder, or anyone considering an...Read More
My Eye – The end of an era
Account Manager Jack Gibson gives us his take on Sinn Féin’s 2017 Ard Fheis, which took place at the weekend. This weekend, the Chambré team travelled to Dublin to...Read More
Drink Wise, Age Well. High Level Impact Advisory Group meeting
As a partner Chambré Public Affairs, was delighted to support the Drink Wise, Age Well (DWAW) programme team in Northern Ireland deliver their advisory group meeting in Stormont this...Read More
A Wry Eye – It’s spooky up in Stormont…
Hallowe’en is nearly upon us. Suitably, here in NI, we find ourselves beset by a plague of zombies. Shambling through the corridors of Stormont, groaning incoherently on the Nolan...Read More
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