DHR’s Year in Numbers December 18, 2015 2015 has been a busy year at DHR, with lots of exciting and interesting client events and campaigns. To summarise our work, we’ve compiled a round-up of our year in numbers!
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National Photographic Archive receives Irish civil rights activist’s photographic collection December 16, 2015 PRESS RELEASE Tuesday, 15th December 2015 National Photographic Archive receives Irish civil rights activist’s photographic collection The Christopher Robson Photographic Collection was presented to the National Library of Ireland (NLI)’s National Photographic Archive today (15.12.15) by Bill Foley, Christopher Robson’s …
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The Political Year in Review December 10, 2015 The year is slowly drawing to a close, and here in DHR we’re in a reflective mood! Our Account Advisor and chief political anorak, Tony Heffernan, takes a look at the political events of 2015 and what to expect in …
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Family Resource Centre National Forum calling for integrated national response to Syrian refugee crisis November 18, 2015 PRESS RELEASE Wednesday, 18th November 2015 Family Resource Centre National Forum calling for integrated national response to Syrian refugee crisis The Family Resource Centre National Forum (FRCNF), representing all 109 Family Resource Centres, held a conference in Athlone yesterday (17.11.2015) …
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‘Big data’: A World of Opportunities and Challenges November 17, 2015 DHR’s Account Manager Sebastian Enke recently visited the offices of our partners Political Intelligence in London. Since Political Intelligence was established in 1995, one of its key areas of expertise has been the internet, communications and technology sectors. Today, Sebastian …
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Tony Heffernan Reflects on Joe Duffy’s ‘Children of the Rising: the untold story of young lives lost during Easter 1916’ November 6, 2015 Our Account Advisor, Tony Heffernan, recently read Joe Duffy’s new book, ‘Children of the Rising: the untold story of young lives lost during Easter 1916’, and shares his thoughts on why it’s a must read in advance of the centenary celebrations…  Dozens …
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Tackling hate speech: A legal issue? A societal issue? Or both? October 27, 2015 DHR’s Joanne Ahern and Sarah Harte visited the offices of our partners Political Intelligence in Brussels last week. Today, Joanne blogs about the hate speech conference that they attended in the European Parliament, organised by the S&D group.   Hate …
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Spotlight On Our Work With… October 21, 2015 Here at DHR Communications we have a broad range of clients. This week we have decided to put together a piece about our recent work with some of those clients. Our Account Manager, Sebastian, and Account Executives, David and Louise, …
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Books we’ve read recently August 27, 2015 Reading allows you to escape into a world far different than your own and allows you to live any life imaginable. Dr. Seuss said, “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more …
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Where we’ve travelled this summer August 20, 2015 This summer, we chose many interesting destinations for our holidays. From ‘staycationing’ in Ireland, to venturing to the white beaches of the Caribbean, we tell you all about our holiday experiences below. Sarah, Account Director – Two weeks in Cuba In late …
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