Border People

March 2, 2020

Border People: Cross-Border Practitioners’ Group meeting

*Online registration* If you work or volunteer in an organisation that provides free cross-border information and advice to citizens this could be for you. Our Cross-Border Practitioners’ Group is suitable for advisors and information providers who are already busy with cross-border enquiries and anticipate being swamped by Brexit related enquiries. We meet once each month […]

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June 12, 2012

Border People Cross-Border Mobility Information Website (Phase Two)

This is the second phase (2009-2012) of the Border People (www.borderpeople.info) information website, being developed in a continuing partnership with the North/South Ministerial Council Joint Secretariat. This project is led by the Centre for Cross Border Studies’ IT manager, Joe Shiels, and information officer, Annmarie O’Kane. The website provides citizens information for people crossing the […]

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January 1, 2007

Cross Border Mobility Information Service – www.borderpeople.info

The North/South Ministerial Council (NSMC) has appointed the Centre to manage the development of a cross-border mobility information website. Following the publication of the PriceWaterhouseCoopers/Indecon Report on the Study of Obstacles to Mobility between the two parts of the island of Ireland (see www.northsouthministerialcouncil.org), Ministers in the NSMC decided that a dedicated website should be established to provide […]

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August 31, 2000

Obstacles to Cross-Border Mobility

In 2000 the Centre for Cross Border Studies was commissioned to undertake a preliminary study of the bureaucratic and other obstacles hindering the movement of people across the border to live and work, for the North/South Ministerial Council.Subsequently the North/South Ministerial Council (NSMC) commissioned PricewaterhouseCoopers in Belfast and Indecon Economic Consultants in Dublin to prepare a […]

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