Susan O'Keeffe: "I'm struggling to grasp the National Risk Assessment Strategy"

The document has already been consigned to the shelf marked ‘reports that have no real purpose’

27th October, 2016
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The National Risk Assessment Strategy emerged from the Department of the Taoiseach a few days ago. No fanfare and hardly any publicity for what, on the face of it, is a reassuring, ‘right thing to do’ sort of document. The very name should conjure comfort; yes the world is full of risks, but we have a capital N, capital S - National Strategy - to deal with them. So, you can sit back and relax,...

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