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European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology
Enabling Change through Work and Organizational Psychology
May 17th - 20th 2017 Dublin, Ireland

Opening Ceremony and Welcome Reception

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Wednesday 17th May, 17.00hrs

Tickets are free but pre-registration is required

The Opening Ceremony and Welcome Reception will take place in the O’Reilly Hall, UCD on Wednesday 17th May.

The evening will consist of welcome speeches, entertainment and drinks. It is a great opportunity to network with your colleagues!

The cost to attend is included in your registration fee but please register to confirm your attendance.

Congress Dinner

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Friday 19th May, entry to Guinness Storehouse at 20.00hrs

€75 per person

The EAWOP Congress is delighted to announce the Guinness Storehouse Night which will take place on Friday 19th May.

Ireland’s most popular tourist attraction and the home of the Black Stuff, the Guinness Storehouse will be an unforgettable experience for EAWOP delegates.

This will be a night full of what it means to be typically Irish; traditional music, a fork buffet style dinner prepared by culinary experts and the opportunity to learn the incredible history of Guinness which stretches over 250 years. Travel through the 7-storey, pint-shaped building and discover the history of Guinness, this will be a fantastic networking opportunity and make new friends over a pint of the black stuff!

The Congress Dinner will be a casual event, seating will be available throughout the venue but it is not a formal served dinner. Attendees are encouraged to walk through the building in order to view exhibits and maximise the Guinness experience.

Each €75 ticket will include:
Self-guided Tour of the Guinness Storehouse, exclusively booked for EAWOP delegates
Fork Buffet dinner
2 drink vouchers
Live music and DJ
Coach transfer to and from the city

 

Dublin’s Famous Food Trail

19 May 2017, 10.00 – 13.00

Departure from UCD

All return times are approximate

Price per person €84.00 (price includes tastings)

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‘Packed with enough information – and enough food – to satisfy even the fussiest foodie’- The Dubliner

This morning enjoy the best food and cultural off-the-beaten-track experience to be had in Dublin offering the opportunity to discover hidden tastes and be a local for the morning!

 

Experienced and local guides will introduce you to the many unexpected culinary treasures with six to eight delicious tastings on a leisurely walk, peppered with fascinating snippets of information on the city’s history and architecture. What makes it fun for all is a shared interest in good food and a curiosity about the city and its people.

 

On this award winning Dublin Walking Tour, you will visit a range of bakeries, food halls, street markets, cheese mongers, delicatessens and other speciality shops. You’ll meet artisans whose families have traded for generations producing great food as well as new arrivals to the food scene bringing new international tastes and food ideas to the Irish table. And you will taste Irish produce served in both traditional and contemporary styles.

 

This walk takes a gentle 2 ½ hours, and is led by an experienced and knowledgeable guide with a food background. Along the way good places for lunch or dinner, for a cup of coffee or a pint, or indeed anything else you might like to know are pointed out.

 

Dress code: casual

 

Please be advised our tours require a minimum number of delegates to enable us to operate them. Delegates will be notified of any changes/cancellations in due course. In the event of any cancellation any refunds due will be made post congress.

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DUBLIN DELIGHTS

18 May 2017, 10.00-16.30

Departure from UCD

All return times are approximate

Price per person €71.00 (price includes lunch)

 

Full immersion in the cultural delights of the city. Let us take you back 1000 years to the origins of this intriguing city which has played host to Vikings, Normans and Anglo-Saxons without allowing its native Celtic spirit to be even vaguely diluted! Choose to visit some of Dublin’s most famous historical attractions including; St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Trinity College and Dublin Castle.

St Patrick’s Cathedral

Founded by the Normans in the late 12th century on a site directly linked with St Patrick, this cathedral is a magnificent example of hiberno-gothic architecture, or “gothic on a small scale”. Don’t miss the spectacular stained glass windows and the Swift connection. And make sure you ask your Tour Director to explain the expression “chancing one’s arm”.

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Trinity College Dublin

Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth 1, this city centre campus of some 10,000 students is traditional and stately in Oxbridge fashion. Famous alumni abound – Swift, Wilde, Burke, Goldsmith, Ernest Walton the Nobel Prize winning physicist and Samuel Beckett, author of “Waiting for Godot”. The Long Room at Trinity is a temple to academia and learning and conserves the world’s most treasured manuscript “The Book of Kells”. Dating from the 8th century, this lavishly decorated copy of the 4 gospels is a living example of the profound richness of ancient Celtic art.

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Dublin Castle

Located in the heart of historic Dublin just minutes from Trinity College, it was the former seat of power of the British Monarchy, and the site of the revolutionary handing over of arms, when Ireland became a Free State in 1921. The Castle comprises of the original 13th Century Norman Castle, a 19th Century Gothic revival Chapel, The Great courtyard, modern conference facilities and of course the magnificent State Apartments. The tour brings the group through the history, architecture and interesting gossip surrounding the state apartments and their use.

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Dress code: casual – please wear comfortable shoes

 

Please be advised our tours require a minimum number of delegates to enable us to operate them. Delegates will be notified of any changes/cancellations in due course. In the event of any cancellation any refunds due will be made post congress.

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