There are two ways of getting involved in the Centre's activities.
If you are interested in attending the Centre's events or otherwise supporting the Centre's activities, you may wish to consider becoming a Friend of the Centre.
As a Friend of the Centre, you will be entitled to discounted rates for Centre conferences, workshops and any other events where a registration fee is charged. You will also be enrolled on the Centre's mailing list. It is possible for individuals or organisations to become Friends of the Centre.
If you are interested in taking a more active role in the Centre's research programme and events, you may wish to consider applying to become a member of the Centre. Applications are welcome from any persons holding acaemic positions, whether in UCD or elsewhere, who are active researchers in the field of constitutional studies. Members are entitled to access to Centre events, including non-public events, and may be eligible for support from the Centre in furthering their research, profile and engagement.
Applications for membership should be sent via email to the Centre Director Eoin Carolan. Applications should be no more than 500 words and should include an explanation of the applicant's academic position, research interests and recent or current research projects.