1. “Who Are Ireland’s 🇮🇪 Agenda Contributors To The World Economic Forum Implementing The Great Reset In 2021 (Part 2) ?

🕵️🔎 Academics from 🇮🇪 top unis, TCD, UCD, UCC, DCU, NUI & UL 🧵1/43

Before I jump into this large 🧵 I just wanted to say thanks for the R/Ts from Part 1
2. I was surprised it was that popular as I thought the topic was a bit dry with just links to profiles but obviously not. Delighted people found it useful and please R/T this one which is Part 2. If you missed Part 1 👇

3. The Irish Agenda contributors are those who write articles or do research for the WEF site on specific topics like immunology, economics, sustainability, psychology, science etc. What struck me from the very outset was that nearly every contributor are from Ireland’s top unis
4. 16 from TCD, 8 from UCD, 7 from UCC, 1 from UL, 1 from DCU and 5 others. Not many of these names will be familiar but you may have heard a few being interviewed in the media. The WEF are very heavily invested in Ireland’s university establishments for Agenda 2030
5. Kingston Mills

Professor of Experimental Immunology, Trinity College Dublin


Don't forget that Prof Luke o Neill and Dr Tomas Ryan are also in TCD
6. Julie Broderick

Assistant Professor, Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin

7. Carol Newman

Professor in the Department of Economics, Trinity College Dublin

8. Rachel O'Dwyer

Research Fellow, Trinity College Dublin

9. Vivien Franck

Research Assistant, Trinity College Dublin

10. Anna Davies

Principal Investigator, Trinity College Dublin

11. Stephen Mackenzie

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Trinity College Dublin

12. Monika Rut

PhD Student, Trinity College Dublin

13. Agnese Cretella

Postdoctoral Researcher, Trinity College Dublin

14. Balz Kamber

Chair of Geology and Mineralogy, Trinity College Dublin

15. Davide Romelli

Assistant Professor of Economics, Trinity College Dublin

16. Louis Brennan

Professor of Business Studies, Trinity College Dublin

17. Amanda Schantz

Associate Professor in Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour, Trinity College Dublin

18. Sheila M. Cannon

Assistant Professor of Social Entrepreneurship, Trinity College Dublin

19. Jeff Morgan

Manufacturing research engineer at Trinity College Dublin

20. Kevin Mitchell

Associate Professor of Genetics and Neuroscience, Trinity College Dublin

21. Paul Devereux

Professor of Economics, University College Dublin

22. Cormac Ó Gráda

Professor Emeritus, University College Dublin

23. Ronald B Davies

Professor, University College Dublin

24. Gavin Barrett

Associate Professor, Jean Monnet Professor of European Constitutional and Economic Law, University College Dublin

25. Kieran Harrahill

PhD Candidate in Bioeconomy, University College Dublin

26. Owen Douglas

Occasional Lecturer in Planning and Environmental Policy, University College Dublin

27. Ciara Greene

Assistant Professor , University College Dublin

28. Tancredi Caruso

Associate Professor, School of Biology and Environmental Science, University College Dublin

29. Wendy Rowan

Post-Doctoral Researcher, Business Information Systems, University College Cork

30. Claire Edwards

Lecturer in Social Policy and Director of ISS21, Institute for Social Science in the 21st Century, University College Cork

31. Anne Moore

Senior Lecturer in Biochemistry and Cell Biology, University College Cork

32. Paul MacDaragh Ryan

Junior Doctor (Academic Track Intern), University College Cork

33. Paul O'Toole

Professor of Microbial Genomics, School of Microbiology and APC Microbiome Institute, University College Cork

34. Alicia Mateos Cárdenas

Postdoctoral Researcher, University College Cork

35. James O'Sullivan

Lecturer in Digital Arts & Humanities, University College Cork

36. Janine Bosak

Associate Professor in Organisational Psychology, Dublin City University

37. Stephen Kinsella

Senior Lecturer, University of Limerick

38. George Sargent

Sustainable Development

39. Alice Charles

Project Lead, Cities, Infrastructure and Urban Services Platform, World Economic Forum Geneva

40. Gerald Lawless

Chairman, World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC)

41. Mark Pollock

Explorer and Collaboration Catalyst

Also involved with the 4th Industrial Revolution and a Young Global Leader
younggloballeaders.org (WEF Site)

42. Reamonn Lydon

Senior Advisor, Research and Analysis, , Central Bank of Ireland

43. So you can see the Irish presence in the WEF for Agenda 2030 is very strong. If you would like to find out more about the Irish players at the Trilateral Commission and Bilderberger attendees please go below to find all my threads. Thanks

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