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In this month's Border-Zine:

CCBS Conference
CCBS Journal
Cross-Border News

CCBS Conference

Testing the health of conditions for post-Brexit cooperation: The evolving social and political contexts

The overarching theme of this year’s conference is “Testing the health of conditions for post-Brexit cooperation: The evolving political and social contexts”, and (as in previous years) we will have a range of key decision and policy-makers as well as leading civil society representatives from across the island of Ireland, Great Britain and Europe, exploring how we can maintain and strengthen relations in the challenging context of Brexit.


The Conference Keynote speakers will be

•   Madeleine Alessandri | Permanent Secretary | Northern Ireland Office

•   Paul Narain | US Consul General to Northern Ireland


Panel discussions will focus on

•   the evolving political context(s) and how these may encourage (or not) cooperation and relations within and across these islands, as well as between these islands and the (rest of the) EU.

•   the evolving social context(s) and how these may encourage (or not) cooperation and relations within and across these islands, as well as between these islands and the (rest of the) EU.

•   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 or to exploit opportunities.

 

Check out #CCBSconf to stay up to date with all the latest conference news

CCBS Journal

The ‘Journal of Cross Border Studies in Ireland’ comprises of a range of high-quality articles from well-known contributors from the academic and policy world. The launch of the Journal coincides with the CCBS Annual Conference as the themes addressed are relevant to those of the conference and to the it’s audience. This year’s conference will be held online and sponsors of the Journal will have the opportunity to have a short promotion video displayed during the event. 

This year’s edition of the Journal will feature articles from:
•    David Henig | UK Trade Policy Project
•    Aodhán Connolly | Northern Ireland Retail Consortium
•    Sarah Creighton | Writer and Commentator
•    Charles Whitmore | Brexit Civil Society Forum Coordinator
•    Plus many more...

 

This year's Journal will be launched at the CCBS' 22nd Annual Conference.
Details and registration available here!!

 

Check out last year’s Journal of Cross Border Studies in Ireland here!!

The New Border People website is full of information for all of your Cross-Border needs. Be sure to check it out!!

Cross-Border News

EURES Cross-Border Employer Survey

The Cross-Border Employer Survey is a short survey being conducted jointly by the EURES Cross Border Partnership Ireland- Northern Ireland and your local Chamber of Commerce

The purpose is to measure the number and nature of Cross-Border Employees working in Border County areas and your participation would be greatly appreciated. The survey takes about 3 minutes to complete and is completely confidential.

Take the survey now!!


Save the Dates

SCoTENS Annual Conference - All in this together! Teacher Education and Social Justice - Thursday 21th October 2021

Education is meant to be the great leveller, the great equalizer that also enables all learners develop their capacities and excel. From a social justice perspective, there is agreement that full appreciation of differences in linguistic background, class, culture, gender, ability, and race should be taken into account in our education policies and practices. How do we understand and enact social justice so that we can ensure we are ‘all in this together’? This year’s SCoTENS conference offers a timely opportunity to critically consider this major theme.

More information and registration details available here!!

 

Universities Ireland Conference - Saturday 6th November 2021

For more information visit www.crossborder.ie

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