CCBS 22nd Annual Conference: Sponsorship Opportunities
Posted On: 03 Sep 2021
On Friday 24th September the Centre for Cross Border Studies will host its 22nd Annual Conference on post-Brexit cooperation, bringing together policy experts, leading academics, government officers and Ministers from across the world.
The Centre for Cross Border Studies is now offering your organisation the opportunity to feature in this year’s CCBS Annual Conference. The CCBS Conference sponsorship packages provide a range of benefits and give organisations and individuals the opportunity to work with the Centre and to showcase the work of their organisation to Trade Body & Public Policy Officials, NGO & Charity Organisations, Leaders in Professional Services, Public Affairs representatives, Senior Civil Servants, Cross Border Employers and Employees based in Ireland, Northern Ireland, Britain and beyond.
Entitled “Testing the health of conditions for post-Brexit cooperation: The evolving political and social contexts”, (as in previous years) the conference will bring together a range of key decision and policy-makers as well as leading civil society representatives from across the island of Ireland, Great Britain, Europe and America.
This year’s speakers will explore how we can maintain and strengthen relations in the challenging context of Brexit, including the issue of designing policy and legislation that avoids creating obstacles to cross-border mobility (including cross-border working) and cooperation, and that exploits collaborative work approaches to address common challenges and to embrace opportunities.
CCBS is delighted to announce the keynote speakers for this year’s conference; Madeleine Alessandri, Permanent Secretary of the Northern Ireland Office and, the newly appointed US Consul General to Northern Ireland, Paul Narain.
As well as the conference keynotes, there will also be three chaired panel discussions consisting of experts from healthcare; policy, civic society and political backgrounds who will focus on the evolving social and political contexts for cross border cooperation as well as measuring the impacts which healthy cross border cooperation creates.