Join us for an in-depth exploration of the effect of Brexit and the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland on Tuesday 5 April 2022, 10am-1pm over Zoom.
This conference is jointly organised by the Human Rights Consortium, the Committee on the Administration of Justice, the PILS Project, the Practice and Participation of Rights, the NI Civic Working Group on the Protocol and the Ad-Hoc Group for North-South and East-West Cooperation.
The conference will bring together a vibrant mixture of academic, civic society and grassroots voices to take stock of the main impacts of Brexit and the Protocol to date and the main challenges foreseen as a consequence, as well as potential opportunities. The conference will include three panels focusing on human rights, lived experiences of Brexit and the lived economy in NI. Free and open to everyone, with plenty of opportunities to ask questions, hear from leading experts in the field and participate in the discussion! The panels will also be recorded and available to view/listen after the event.