BrexitLawNI is a UK Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC) funded project examining the constitutional, conflict transformation, human rights and equality consequences of Brexit for Northern Ireland. It is a collaborative project between the Law Schools of Queen’s University Belfast and Ulster University and the Committee on the Administration of Justice (CAJ).
Over the past 18 months, BrexitLawNI researchers have been undertaking research to examine the impact of Brexit in six key areas: the peace process, North-South relations, the border and free movement, racism and xenophobia, human rights and equality, and socio-economic rights. These findings have been put together in six project reports, which can be found here: https://brexitlawni.org/project-outputs/
On Monday the 19th of November 2018 we will be holding an event, hosted at the offices of the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission, where we will present our findings and engage in a broader discussion about the impact of Brexit for the island of Ireland, with a specific focus on Northern Ireland.
- 9.30-10.00: Coffee and pastries and registration
- 10.00-10.20: Welcome by IHREC and discussion of Brexit research
- 10.20-11.40: Presentations by BrexitLawNI
- 11.40-11.50: Comfort Break
- 11.50-13.00: Discussion
For questions or to RSVP please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org