Academic seminar organised by JMCE TREUP, Queen’s University Belfast & the Royal Irish Academy
Time & place: 6 May, 10:30, Academy House, 19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
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The constitutional futures of the UK and the wider relationship with both parts of Ireland are the focus of this seminar. Building upon earlier series of events in Queens University Belfast, this conversation will widen out discussion to cover theimplications of further devolution in the UK and, particularly, the impact on Ireland, north and south, of the UK leaving the EU or the ECHR.
Building upon a successful earlier series of events in Queens University Belfast, this conversation will widen out discussion to cover the implications of further devolution/independence in the UK and, particularly, the impact on Ireland, north and south, of the UK leaving the EU or the ECHR.
This seminar, taking place on 6 May 2016 i.e. before the UK’s EU referendum, represents the first part of the two seminars event dedicated to the ‘Brexit’ discussion and will take place at the Royal Irish Academy. The second seminar will take place at Queen’s University Belfast on 15 September 2016 i.e. after the UK’s EU referendum (Seminar Programme).
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Two bursaries of €50.00 each are available to post-graduate students for attending this first seminar. To make an application for a bursary contact John Morison MRIA, at firstname.lastname@example.org . Please include a CV and up to 500 words outlining your reasons for wishing to attend the conversation, and how your attendance would assist with your studies.
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