Events

April 25, 2016

‘A Study of Cross-Border Flows within the Agri-Food Sector’ – Briefing Event

CCBS Cordially Invites You to Attend a Public Briefing on ‘A Study of Cross-Border Flows within the Agri-Food Sector: A Snapshot of Four Border Counties’ Delivered by: Dr Anthony Soares Deputy Director, Centre for Cross Border Studies On: 2pm-4pm, 15th JUNE 2016 At: North South Ministerial Council Headquarters, 58 Upper English Street, Armagh The Agri-Food […]

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April 21, 2016

The Inaugural Sir George Quigley Memorial Lecture

CCBS Cordially Invites You to Attend the Inaugural Sir George Quigley Memorial Lecture  ‘Competitiveness on the Island of Ireland’ Delivered by Professor Frances Ruane Former Director, Economic and Social Research Institute 15th JUNE 2016 Armagh Public Library   Sir George Quigley has been justly recognised as the ‘father’ of practical North-South cooperation on the island […]

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February 22, 2016

CCBS Annual Conference 2016

‘Bordering Between Unions: What Does the UK Referendum on Europe Mean for Us?’ This year’s annual conference was held in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dundalk on Thursday 18th and Friday 19th of February 2016. It facilitated wide-ranging and informed discussions on the likely economic, social and political implications of a UK withdrawal or the possible reforms […]

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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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November 3, 2015

The Journal of Cross Border Studies in Ireland 2015

The Centre for Cross Border Studies Cordially Invites You To Attend The Launch of The Journal of Cross Border Studies in Ireland 2015 Thursday 19th November 2015 5:30pm – 8:00pm at EU Commission Office 12-14 Lower Mount Street, Dublin D02 W710 Launched by Barbara Nolan Head of the European Commission’s Representation in Ireland Light refreshments […]

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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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June 26, 2015

Prof Paulo de Medeiros to present at John Hewitt International Summer School

Don’t miss the CCBS-sponsored talk at this year’s John Hewitt International Summer School! At a crucial time for Europe and European values, CCBS is proud to have Professor Paulo de Medeiros deliver on the 30th of July its sponsored talk at the 2015 John Hewitt International Summer School. Entitled “Mare Mortis: The Shipwrecking of Europe […]

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January 29, 2015

Date for Your Diary: Joint ICLRD & CCBS Conference 29-30 January 2015

Shared Services, Shared Opportunities: New Models of Public Sector Collaboration and Partnership The annual ICLRD & CCBS conference will take place in the Killyhevlin Hotel, Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, 29-30 January 2015. The Conference is focused upon a critical component of the public sector reform agendas on the island of Ireland, and is particularly topical in […]

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November 20, 2014

Cross-border seminar: UK Right to Reside & Irish Habitual Residency Conditions

Lee Hatton Law Centre NI and Jean Plummer Department of Social Protection are confirmed speakers at the next Border People seminar which will take place on Thursday 20th November, 9.30am-1.30pm, in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dundalk. The event will focus on the UK Right to Reside and Irish Habitual Residency Conditions. Both have implications for […]

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