Consultation Responses

July 6, 2018

House of Commons European Scrutiny Committee publishes CCBS response

CCBS’s evidence to the House of Commons European Scrutiny Committee’s inquiry into dispute resolution and enforcement in the draft Withdrawal Agreement has just been published. In its submission CCBS focused on issues relating to scrutiny of the implementation of the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland, and highlighted areas where there are crucial details missing from the […]

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January 23, 2018

CCBS submission to the European Citizens Initiative Public Consultation

In August 2017 CCBS made a submission to the European Citizens Initiative (ECI) public consultation. The ECI was introduced by the Treaty of Lisbon (Article 11 TEU and Article 24 TFEU) and has been implemented by the (EU) Regulation No 211/2011 (ECI Regulation) applying since April 2012. The Aim of the ECI is to allow […]

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May 10, 2017

“Centre for Cross Border Studies meeting with the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs: Written Statement”

‘‘The future of community, social and economic development and cooperation in border counties” Statement by the Centre for Cross Border Studies” has been prepared by Deputy Director of the Centre for Cross Border Studies Dr Anthony Soares and Members of the Board of the Centre for Cross Border Studies,Dr Katy Hayward and Mr Philip McDonagh . […]

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January 18, 2017

House of Lords European Union Inquiry on Brexit &UK-Irish Relations

This document has been prepared by the Centre for Cross Border Studies as a contribution to the House of Lords European Union Select Committee’s inquiry on UK-Irish relations and Brexit. Please find below the full submission: CCBS submission to House of Lords EU Committtee Inquiry – Brexit and UK-Irish Relations

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January 18, 2017

CCBS Response to Belfast IV Peace Plan

The Centre for Cross Border Studies has submitted a response to the Belfast City Council’s PEACE IV Action Plan, outlining opportunities for cross-border engagement, and the need for capacity-building for cross-border cooperation. CCBS response to Belfast PEACE IV Plan        

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