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November 6, 2000

John Whyte memorial lecture given by Andy Pollak

Cross-Border Co-Operation in Ireland: How to Become Good Neighbours and Friends John Whyte Lecture 16 November 2000 given by Andy Pollak, Director of the Centre for Cross Border Studies Firstly can I say with a little bit of humility that it was a great surprise and a huge honour when Dr Jean Whyte asked me […]

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September 29, 2000

European Cross Border Co-operation: Lessons for and from Ireland

An International Conference organised by the Centre for Cross Border Studies and the Centre for International Borders Research, QUB 29 September – 1 October 2000 Friday 29 September 2000 Canada Room/Council Chamber, Queen’s University Belfast 3.00 pm Opening ceremony Welcome by Professor George Bain (QUB Vice-Chancellor 1998-2004)Formal opening by the President of Ireland, Mary McAleese […]

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August 14, 2000

New funding allocations announced

Press Release 4 July 2000 The Centre for Cross Border Studies, based in Armagh, has announced funding allocations for two more North/South research projects The Centre is a joint initiative between Queen’s University Belfast, Dublin City University and the Workers Educational Association (N. Ireland). It specialises in practical research of particular interest to policy-makers concerned […]

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June 16, 2000

North South School, Youth and Teacher Exchanges Conference

18 October 2001 The Centre for Cross Border Studies was commissioned by the Department of Education Northern Ireland and the Department of Education and Science in the Republic of Ireland to carry out a ‘scoping’ study of the current state of North/South school, youth and teacher exchanges, with recommendations on how such exchanges might be […]

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June 12, 2000

The Centre for Cross Border Studies is looking for Research Projects

Press release 11 June 2000 The Centre for Cross Border Studies has been set up to research and develop co-operation across the Irish border in education, health, business, public administration, communications and a range of other practical areas. The Centre is looking for experienced researchers to carry out a number of six month research projects, […]

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March 20, 2000

Announcement of research funding

Press release 20 March 2000 The Centre is a joint initiative between Queen’s University Belfast, Dublin City University and the Workers’ Educational Association (N. Ireland). It specialises in practical research of particular interest to policy makers concerned with cross border and North/South issues. The Centre received 64 applications when it advertised through university and college e-mail […]

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March 15, 2000

Research proposals listed

Funding Process The Centre is a policy research and development institute, whose purpose is to commission and publish research on issues related to opportunities for and obstacles to cross-border co-operation in all fields of society and economy. The Centre puts out its calls for research projects through the internal e-mail and communications systems of all […]

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February 10, 2000

The Centre for Cross Border Studies is looking for Research Projects

Press release 14 December 1999 The Centre for Cross Border Studies has been set up to research and develop cooperation across the Irish border in education, business, public administration, communications and a range of other practical areas. The Centre is looking for experienced researchers to carry out 9-12 month research projects, to begin in February-March […]

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