Previous Events

September 6, 2001

North South Mental Health Promotion Study Day

6 September 2001 Centre for Cross Border Studies, 39 Abbey Street, Armagh PROGRAMME 09:30 am Tea and coffee Mr John McKinney, chief executive, Special EU Programmes Body and chairman 10:00 Welcome Andy Pollak, director, Centre for Cross Border Studies 10:15 Presentation of findings from the interim report ‘Promoting Mental Health and Social Well-being: Cross-Border Opportunities […]

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May 16, 2001

North South obstacles to mobility public consultation meeting

North/South Ministerial Council An Chomhairle Aireachta Thuaidh/ Theas Public Meetings On Study of Obstacles to Cross-border Mobility The Nuremore Hotel, Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan on Wednesday May 16th 2001 The Silverbirch Hotel, Omagh, Co. Tyrone on Tuesday May 29th 2001 If you have experience of moving in either direction between both parts of Ireland to live, […]

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July 10, 2000

Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Study Day

10 July 2000 The Centre for Cross Border Studies organised a series of workshops for invited Study Groups of 20-30 practitioners and academics in the main areas covered by its mapping study of North/South co-operation. The seminar on Information and Communication Technology took place at the Centre for Cross Border Studies, Armagh, and at The […]

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May 4, 2000

Education Study Day

4 May 2000 The Centre for Cross Border Studies organised a series of seminars for invited Study Groups of 30-50 practitioners and academics in the main areas covered by its mapping study of North/South co-operation, including a paper dealing with education. The seminar on Education took place at the Centre for Cross Border Studies, Armagh, and […]

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April 5, 2000

Agriculture Study Day

5 April 2000 The Centre for Cross Border Studies organised a series of workshops for invited Study Groups of 20-30 practitioners and academics. The first workshop, on Agriculture and Food, took place at the Centre for Cross Border Studies, Armagh, and at the city’s Market Place Theatre and Arts Centre, on 6 April 2000. Invitations […]

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