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The Flags Protest and its Aftermath

An IBIS lecture will be held on Tuesday, 14th April on the topic 'The Flags Protest and its Aftermath: Crisis Looming or Crisis Resolved?' This will take place in Theatre R, Newman Building, UCD from 3:00 to 5:00pm. Read More



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Citizens and Constitutions

IBIS held a conference on the topic 'Citizens and Constitutions: Engaging Citizens in Debates over Constitutional Reform on these Islands', at the Royal Irish Academy on Friday, 27 March 2015 from 9.30am to 3.00pm. Read More





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'Hidden Voices' Seminar and IBIS Book Launch

IBIS, in collaboration with Trocaire, hosted a seminar titled 'Hidden Voices: Women dealing with the Past in Central America and Northern Ireland'. It took place on 5th December 2014 at the National University of Ireland office on Merrion Square, Dublin. The seminar was followed by the launch of IBIS Deputy Director, Dr Melanie Hoewer's book 'Crossing Boundaries during Peace and Conflict: Transforming Identity in Chiapas and Northern Ireland'. Read More






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