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Danielle Brady
Policy Analyst
Danielle Brady is Policy Analyst for the Social Europe and Wellbeing programme. Her interests include EU health and social policies.

Before joining the EPC, Danielle worked as a Policy and Events Assistant at the Office of the Northern Ireland Executive in Brussels. Her work was focused on monitoring and conducting research on EU policies and legislation and assisting in the organisation of policy and cultural events.

Danielle graduated from Queen’s University Belfast in 2019 with a Master of Arts degree in Politics. She previously obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics from Maynooth University in 2018.

PROGRAM

Social Europe and Well-Being

PROJECT

Areas of expertise

EU health and social policies

Current positions

Policy Analyst

Education

MA in Politics, Queen’s University Belfast
BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, Maynooth University

Languages

English, Irish

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Publications

Healthcare / JUBILEE THINK PIECE
The power of pandemics to change the world
By Danielle Brady , Elizabeth Kuiper - 24/11/2022
European Commission / DISCUSSION PAPER
The von der Leyen European Commission at midterm: Same priorities, different reality
By Corina Stratulat , Annika Hedberg , Stefan Sipka , Janis A. Emmanouilidis , Johannes Greubel , Francesco De Angelis , Laura Rayner , Danielle Brady , Perle Petit , Silvia Carta , Andrea G. Rodríguez , Simon Dekeyrel , Melanie Fessler , Tommaso Grossi , Emily Fitzpatrick , Elizabeth Kuiper , Marta Mucznik - 13/06/2022
Conference on the Future of Europe / EPC ROUND-UP
The Conference on the Future of Europe: From citizens’ recommendations to EU policy
By Ivano di Carlo , Sophie Pornschlegel , Francesco De Angelis , Laura Rayner , Danielle Brady , Filipe Ataíde Lampe , Silvia Carta - 05/05/2022




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