Previous Events

Event Date: 15th June 2011

Border People User Group(5) – Developing Your Cross-Border Business

15 June 2011 Four Seasons Hotel, Monaghan, 9am – 2pm The Centre for Cross Border Studies in partnership with the North South Ministerial Council Joint Secretariat manages the Border People website – www.BorderPeople.info. Border People provides an online signposting service for people who wish to move across the border to live, work or study. This […]

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Event Date: 18th May 2011

Pilot Impact Assessment Toolkit For Cross Border Co-operation Seminar

Wednesday 18 May 2011 Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dundalk 10.00am – 4.00pm The Centre for Cross Border studies and project partners, the Euro Institut hosted a seminar at which the draft Toolkit for the Impact Assessment of Cross Border Programmes and Projects was presented. The Impact Assessment Toolkit has been developed to assist those with responsibility for […]

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Event Date: 12th May 2011

Cross-Border Hospital Services: Emerging Findings Conference

Thursday 12 May, 2011 Crowne Plaza Hotel Dundalk 9.30am – 4.00pm Exploring the Potential for Cross-Border Hospital Services in the Irish Border Region: A Prototype Modelling Tool for Planning Hospital Services More than 60 health service professionals, public representatives and individuals attended the second Emerging Findings Conference: Exploring the Potential for Cross-Border Hospital Services in […]

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Event Date: 8th March 2011

Martin McGuinness launches 2011 Journal of Cross Border Studies in Ireland

8 March 2011 The NI Deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness MP MLA, launched the 2011 edition of The Journal of Cross Border Studies in Ireland in Belfast at the Stormont Hotel on 8 March 2011. The new edition features an interview with Mr McGuinness on North-South cooperation, plus articles on the border region economy; the […]

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Event Date: 20th January 2011

ICLRD Conference 2011: The Changing Business, Community and Spatial Planning Landscape: Doing More with Less

20-21 January 2011 Radisson Blu Hotel, Ballincar, Sligo The past 12 months has come to represent a time of change for the island of Ireland – with the evolving economic situation leading to debates on the need for implementing a period of austerity and the opportunities this scenario creates for renaissance and resurgence. The International Centre […]

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Event Date: 9th September 2010

The Future of Public Sector Cross Border Co-operation in a Difficult Financial Climate

Wellington Park Hotel, Belfast Thursday 9 December 2010 10.00am – 1.00pm The North South Research Forum, which meets twice a year, offers an opportunity for academics and other professional researchers, public officials, funders, policy makers and other interested parties to meet in a semi-formal setting to discuss research, policy and practice of particular relevance to […]

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Event Date: 7th December 2010

Universities Ireland-Joint Business Council North/South Scholarships award ceremony

7 December 2010 Stormont Hotel, Belfast The Permanent Secretary of the NI Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment, David Sterling (standing in for the Minister, Arlene Foster MLA, who was taken ill) presented the 2010 Universities Ireland/IBEC-CBI Joint Business Council North/South postgraduate scholarships to five students at a ceremony in the Stormont Hotel in Belfast on […]

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Event Date: 25th November 2010

First Pilot Impact Assessment Toolkit Workshop

Thursday 25 November 2010 Canal Court Hotel, Newry, 9.30am –  4.30pm The Centre for Cross Border Studies is working in partnership with the Euro Institute in Germany to develop a Toolkit for the Impact Assessment of Cross Border Co-operation programmes and projects. This project is funded under the Interreg IVA programme through the Special EU […]

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Event Date: 17th November 2010

Conference: The Agreement Generation: An Opportunity for Change?

The Agreement Generation is a conference co-sponsored by the John Hume Institute for Global Irish Studies at UCD and Universities Ireland.  Its theme is the opportunity for change in Northern Ireland and all-island politics, and the role in this change of the younger generation who have come of age during the peace process period of […]

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Event Date: 28th October 2010

Standing Conference on Teacher Education, North and South (SCoTENS)

28-29 October 2010 Hilton Hotel, Belfast The 2010 conference of the Standing Conference on Teacher Education North and South (SCoTENS) took place in the Hilton Hotel in Belfast on 28-29 October. The conference, entitled ‘Teacher Education for Inclusion’, will mark the 10th anniversary of the highly successful 2000 cross-border conference of people involved in teacher […]

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Event Date: 14th October 2010

Planning for Cross-Border Hospital Services Seminar

Emerging Findings Seminar Thursday 14 October 2010 Fairways Hotel, Dundalk 11am – 3pm The Centre for Cross Border Studies, in partnership with the Institute of Public Health in Ireland, has appointed Horwath Bastow Charleton (HBC) to undertake the development of a prototype modelling tool for hospital planning on a border region and all-island basis. This […]

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Event Date: 13th October 2010

1st North South student debate at TCD

Universities Ireland sponsored the first debate at Trinity College Dublin’s ‘The Hist’ in what was hoped would become a regular debate series in all Irish universities on aspects of the future of the island of Ireland. The title of this first debate was ‘What should Ireland look like in 20 years time?‘ The speakers were: […]

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