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Over the course of two decades, the Directors of InQuest have been responsible for the delivery of a series large-scale research projects across the cultural, media, corporate and legal sectors.
POLICY / CONSULTANCY
Working with communications and public relations firms to provide clients with detailed, informed commentary on a broad expanse of public affairs, InQuest has also written a range of confidential reports on public policy for a number of different clients. These reports have provided an assessment of pubic policy and an analysis of political developments
The InQuest team has vast experience in the production of high-profile, publicly acclaimed Museums and exhibitions, working with some of the most experienced and reputable designers and multi-media specialists both in Ireland and overseas.
InQuest has built strong and loyal partnerships with clients from our involvement in a wide variety of projects in Ireland, Britain and America over recent years. Our clients’ interests cross the spectrum of media, publishing, education, public service and private industry.
InQuest producers, reporters and researchers provide a unique service for television and radio producers, and for independent companies. For almost two decades, InQuest has delivered quality programming across news, current affairs and sport.
BOOKS / REPORTS
InQuest has an impeccable reputation in delivering quality books and reports in current affairs, academia, business, sports and history.
MEET THE TEAM
Mark Duncan is a co-founder of the InQuest Research Group who has spent over two decades designing and managing large-scale research projects for clients in the media, Government and the voluntary and private sectors. He is the author of numerous reports and books, including The GAA: A People’s History (2009), Handling Change: A History of the Irish Bank Officials Association (2012) and Creating Ireland: Research & the Role of the Humanities and Social Sciences (2014). A former Director of the GAA Oral History Project at Boston College-Ireland, he has also acted as Head of Research for RTÉ Current Affairs, holding editorial responsibility for programming on a broad array of political and state events. He is currently a Director of the Century Ireland project, based at Boston College-Ireland and a regular media contributor.
Contact Mark at email@example.com, 086-8125655
Dr. Paul Rouse is co-founder of InQuest Research Group and is a lecturer in the University College Dublin School of History, where he teaches on a range of areas, including on the modern history of Britain and Ireland after 1800. He is the author of a number of books and academic articles, including Ireland’s Own Soil: Government and Agriculture in Ireland (2001), The GAA: A People’s History (2009) and Sport and Ireland: A History (2015). He is a former winner of the Journalist of the Year award with the Prime Time Investigates team in RTÉ. He is currently a Director of the Century Ireland project and a regular media contributor.
Contact Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org, 087-9422500
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
"Transformations delivers such an entity, explaining real research in everyday language so that anyone can marvel at the remarkable progress that has been made."
The Irish Times reviews Transformations: How Research is Changing Ireland
This is a book to keep… history has rarely scrubbed up as well.
The Irish Times reviews The GAA: A People's History