Consultation Responses

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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July 22, 2016

Submission to the Northern Ireland Executive’s Consultation on the Draft Programme for Government Framework 2016-2021

The Centre for Cross Border Studies has today submitted evidence as a contribution to Northern Ireland Executive’s Consultation on the Draft Programme for Government Framework 2016-2021. CCBS commends the adoption of a new approach to the Programme for Government, particularly one that includes the active participation of society in all of its stages – design, […]

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April 8, 2016

Border obstacles in the EU: experts have their say

DG REGIO has launched this Cross-Border Review, an initiative structured around 3 pillars: a study, to provide an inventory of critical border obstacles together with examples of how these have been addressed on certain borders; an extensive public consultation; and four workshops with key stakeholders. On 28 January 2016, the second of a series of […]

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January 5, 2016

Centre for Cross Border Studies Contributes to DG Regio Cross-Border Review

The European Union has been investing in cross-border cooperation for 25 years via Interreg, which is funded under the European Territorial Cooperation goal of the ESIF. Through these investments much has been achieved to enhance cooperation and alleviate border obstacles. Despite these developments, it appears clearly from exchanges with border regions and their representatives certain […]

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