20 July 2021
In today's ARINS blog, Professor Colin Harvey picks through the political uncertainties surrounding the anticipated referendums, north and south, and asks how will the referendums work?
Cuireann Acadamh Ríoga na hÉireann an taighde chun cinn. Tugaimid aitheantas do scoth taighdeoirí na hÉireann. Tugaimid tacaíocht don scoláireacht agus cuirimid an pobal ar an eolas faoin leas atá le baint as an eolaíocht agus as na daonnachtaí. Creidimid gur gá an dea-thaighde a chur chun cinn, a chothú agus a chur in iúl don phobal. Comhairle dá chuid ball a reachtálann an tAcadamh. Déantar baill a thoghadh agus meastar gurb é an gradam acadúil is airde in Éirinn é.Read more about the RIA
Authoritative, independent and non-partisan analysis and research on constitutional, institutional and policy options for Ireland, north and south in a post-Brexit context.
The ARINS project brings together experts to provide evidence-based research and analysis on the most significant questions of policy and public debate facing the island of Ireland, north and south. The project will facilitate and disseminate research on the challenges and opportunities presented to the island in a post-Brexit context, with the intention of contributing to an informed public discourse.
ARINS is a joint project of The Royal Irish Academy, an all-island body, and the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies at Notre Dame's Keough School of Global Affairs, a research institute of international standing. We seek to engage recognised experts across the spectrum of disciplines, perspectives and points of view, inviting contributions in the form of academic papers, blog posts, and proposals for partnerships.
Research and analysis will focus on three broad areas:
- Political, constitutional and legal questions
- Economic, financial, social and environmental questions
- Cultural and educational questions
In this podcast series host Rory Montgomery talks to ARINS authors about their analysis of the most significant questions of policy and public debate facing the island of Ireland, north and south, post-Brexit.