Events

April 29, 2021

Centre for Cross Border Studies’ 22nd Annual Conference

Testing the health of conditions for post-Brexit cooperation: The evolving social and political contexts Friday 24th September   This year, the Centre for Cross Border Studies’ Annual Conference will take place on Friday 24th September. Following the success of last year’s online conference, the 2021 event will also take place virtually. The conference will consist […]

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April 27, 2021

2021 Sir George Quigley Annual Memorial Lecture

“Is it time (once again) to revisit the idea of a Dublin-Belfast Economic Corridor?” 11am, Friday 11th June   Dr Eoin Magennis is Senior Economist in the Ulster University Economic Policy Centre with a particular focus on regional development, all-island economy and the City Deals in NI. My current research focuses on all-island economic corridors […]

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April 22, 2021

Presentation of the results of the 1st Quarterly Survey on the Conditions for North-South and East-West Cooperation

Following the fantastic response to the Centre for Cross Border Studies’ 1st Quarterly Survey on the Conditions for North-South and East-West Cooperation, the Centre held a webinar at 10.30am on Thursday 22nd April to present and discuss the results. The responses, which have been received from civic society organisations and local authorities in Northern Ireland […]

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April 19, 2021

Policy Seminar: Rights after Brexit

The Centre for Cross Border Studies, the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission, the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland and Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission would like to invite you to a virtual discussion on rights after Brexit with Chief Commissioners of the human rights and equality bodies. The event will start with a presentation […]

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