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Community Relations in Northern Ireland after the Flags Protests

IBIS hosted the above-titled seminar on Thursday, 27th February at the Royal Irish Academy Dublin.
The discussion was focused around the findings of a report commissioned by the Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister, ‘The Long View of Community Relations in Northern Ireland: 1989-2012’, written by Duncan Morrow, Gillian Robinson and Lizanne Dowds. Read More


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Hidden Histories: Revisiting the Spirit of 1913

IBIS hosted a conference on Thursday, 3 October at the Little Museum of Dublin. The event, titled 'Hidden Histories: Revisiting the Spirit of 1913', examined the different perspectives of social mobilisation at the turn of the century, focusing, but not solely, on 1913 and including topics such as the suffrage movement and urban/rural unrest. Keynote speaker was Joan Burton, TD, Minister for Social Protection. Read More


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UNSCR 1325 International Seminar

IBIS organised an international seminar titled 'Impact and Innovation: UNSCR 1325 in Ireland and Globally' on Friday, 5th April 2013 at the Mansion House in Dublin. The conference looked at new approaches to women, peace and security at international, regional and national levels. Read More



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