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Senior Journalism Lecturer Barry Finnegan's Letter to the Irish Times: Ceta - a battle not yet won?

A letter relating to Barry's PhD ‘Embedded Neoliberalism and EU Trade and Investment Policy in the Anthropocene: an Ecosocialist Critique’ was featured in the Irish Times.
Barry Finnegan Letter to the Editor CETA
Senior Journalism Lecturer Barry Finnegan

Lecturer Shoutout: Barry Finnegan is in the Irish Times....

Congratulations to Senior Journalism Lecturer Barry Finnegan, whose letter to the editor was featured in the Irish Times this week.

The letter was in response to the publication's recent article, The Irish Times view on CETA: a battle already wondiscussing the widely anticipated Canada-EU trade agreement (CETA). 

Barry Finnegan is a Programme Director and Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Journalism & Media Communications in Griffith College. He holds an MA in International Relations from Dublin City University and has recently enrolled as a research student at Queen's University Belfast where the title of his PhD is ‘Embedded Neoliberalism and EU Trade and Investment Policy in the Anthropocene: an Ecosocialist Critique’. He is also a member of the Comhlámh Trade Justice Group.

Barry has presented his research on European Union international trade policy to the Oireachtas Joint Committee on European Union Affairs, to the government’s civil service TTIP negotiating committee, at academic conferences, in journals and at numerous presentationsmeetings and public debates around the country.

We would like to take this opportunity to once again congratulate Barry and wish him the very best of luck as he continues his research for his PhD.