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August 11, 2020

CCBS Annual Conference – Corporate Sponsor Opportunities

The Centre wishes to provide sponsorship opportunities to organisations that seek to support the Centre and wish to raise awareness of their organisation, especially those with cross-border activities. Previous conference sponsors include Slándáil NSSI, Queen’s University Belfast and Dublin City University. The Centre’s conferences attract those from a wide range of backgrounds, usually from within […]

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July 30, 2020

Ad-Hoc Group for North-South and East-West Cooperation issues statement on the eve of plenary meeting of the North South Ministerial Council

The Ad-Hoc Group for North-South and East-West Cooperation, which brings together a number of organisations from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, are calling for the two administrations meeting tomorrow as the North South Ministerial Council to intensify their engagement with organisations at the front-line of North-South and East-West Cooperation before the Protocol on […]

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June 25, 2020

Policy Seminar – “Skilling up for a regionally balanced economy: Challenges and opportunities for border counties”

Online Policy Seminar – 10am, 24th June 2020 The Centre for Cross Border Studies, in collaboration with InterTradeIreland, held a policy seminar which explored the current provision of skills and the needs of employers on the Island of Ireland. The event considered new and emerging skills sets, and highlighted policies implemented by Government departments in […]

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June 10, 2020

Centre for Cross Border Studies’ 21st Annual Conference

Event Date – Friday 25th September “Reassessing and Reconfiguring North-South and East-West relations in a changing landscape” The 2020 edition of the Centre for Cross Border Studies’ Annual Conference, taking place on the 25th of September, is going online! Make sure you save the date as a range of distinguished speakers will be discussing how […]

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June 5, 2020

CCBS has a new Senior Research Associate

The Centre for Cross Border Studies is honoured to announce that Michael D’Arcy, independent advisor and a supporter of the Centre from its earliest days, has agreed to become a Senior Research Associate. Michael has extensive experience in economic and regulatory reform at regional, all-island, EU and international level. He has provided advice, prepared reports, […]

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June 5, 2020

The 5th Annual Sir George Quigley Memorial Lecture

‘Re-imagining the island economy in the aftermath of the Covid 19 crisis and the Ireland/Northern Ireland Protocol’ The 5th Annual Sir George Quigley Memorial Lecture was held on the 4th June and, in light of the current pandemic, was the first of the series to be delivered online. This year’s lecture was given by Michael […]

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May 22, 2020

The Centre has a new Senior Research Associate

The Centre for Cross Border Studies is delighted and honoured to announce that Maureen O’Reilly, Independent Economist, and a longstanding supporter of our work, has agreed to become a Senior Research Associate. Maureen is an independent economist with more than 25 years experience across a range of areas including policy evaluation, economic impact assessment, cost […]

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