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December 1, 2015

CCBS Public Policy Briefing Event at Leinster House, 25th November 2015

On Wednesday 25 November the Centre for Cross Border Studies hosted an information session in Leinster House, sponsored by the Joint Committee on the Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement. The event was open to all Members of the Houses of the Oireachtas and their staff and was designed to help facilitate the Joint Committee […]

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December 1, 2015

CCBS Public Policy Briefing Event at the NI Assembly, 18th November 2015

On Wednesday 18th November, the Centre hosted the first in a series of two Public Policy Briefing Events. Held at Parliament Buildings, Stormont, the event provided an evidence-based briefing of key public policy issues which included: the potential socio-economic and political implications of Brexit; the provision of probation services north and south; and recent developments […]

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November 23, 2015

2015 Journal of Cross Border Studies in Ireland Available Now

The 2015 Journal of Cross Border Studies in Ireland was launched on 19 November by Head of the EU Commission’s Representation in Ireland, Ms Barbara Nolan. Speaking at the launch in the EU Commission’s Dublin premises, Ms Nolan said, “this Journal pays tribute to the commitment and will of those organisations (and individuals) which have […]

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October 16, 2015

CCBS in attendance at EU Open Days 2015, Brussels

13th European Week of Regions and Cities The Centre for Cross Border Studies had a productive few days attending EU Open Day workshops in Brussels on 13, 14 and 15th October 2015. The Ireland / Northern Ireland Border Region was well represented at the following workshops: SME involvement in European territorial cooperation programmes The role […]

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October 13, 2015

Excellent turnout at a discussion event on the implications of a UK exit from the EU for Ireland and Northern Ireland

The potential implications of a UK exit from the EU were the focus of a recent event which took place in Brussels on Tuesday 13th October 2015.  The event introduced the possible repercussions for cross-border mobility for citizens, and for business and economic development, including the agricultural sector. Participants stressed the need for an EU […]

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October 8, 2015

CCBS Toolkit Essential Reading for INTERREG V and PEACE IV Applicants

Applicants to the INTERREG VA Cross-border Programme for Territorial Co-operation 2014-2020, Northern Ireland, Border Region of Ireland and Western Scotland & PEACE IV EU Programme for Peace and Reconciliation 2014-2020, Northern Ireland and the Border Region of Ireland have been encouraged to use the Impact Assessment Toolkit for Cross-Border Cooperation, developed by the Centre for […]

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September 17, 2015

Weekly Cross Border News and Legislative Affairs Round Up

CCBS is delighted to announce its new weekly bulletin service, which now offers a recap of cross border news and a summary of the cross border related affairs of the Northern Ireland Assembly and the Houses of the Oireachtas. This resource will be of particular use to those with a focus on cross border issues. Our free weekly bulletins are now […]

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September 10, 2015

CCBS invites you to a discussion event on the Implications of a UK Exit from the EU

Invitation to a discussion event on “The implications of a UK exit from the European Union for Ireland and Northern Ireland” at the Office of the Northern Ireland Executive in Brussels,180 Chaussée d’Etterbeek,1040 Brussels 2pm, Tuesday 13 October You are  invited to an event bringing together a range of political representatives, policy-makers and organisations from the […]

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August 7, 2015

Danske Bank Survey reveals Majority of NI wishes to remain in EU

According to a survey conducted by Danske Bank in June 2015 the majority of residents in Northern Ireland wish to remain within the European Union. This survey – of over 1,000 individuals across Northern Ireland – offers a timely insight into public opinion in the region on continued membership of the EU. In particular, the […]

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