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North and South - What people think, told in graphs

Thursday, 8 December 2022

Results of Ipsos poll. All graphics are from The Irish Times

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Assessing the state of public opinion on the constitutional future of the island

Monday, 5 December 2022

Two polls, conducted simultaneously in Northern Ireland and the Republic, examined voters’ attitudes to a possible united Ireland and referendums on the issue.

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ARINS podcast episode 17: One island, two labour markets

Thursday, 1 December 2022

In this month’s podcast host Rory Montgomery discusses John FitzGerald’s article, One island two labour markets with the author, and respondent and Nevin Economic Research Institute's Tom McDonnell, investigating how...

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ARINS Podcast 15: What are the benefits of cross-border cooperation in the arts?

Thursday, 3 November 2022

The ARINS podcast theme this month considers the benefits of cross-border cooperation in the Arts.

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‘The future of Ireland is not a headcount’ - Why radical inclusion is important

Friday, 21 October 2022

Simon Coveney recently identified the disconnect between political discussions of potential Irish reunification and a widespread everyday uncertainty and disengagement. A new diversity needs new engagement.

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The future of cross-border cooperation in the Arts

Monday, 12 September 2022

We are delighted to announce that the ARINS project has published The Audience Agency report entitled 'The future of cross-border cooperation in the Arts'.

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ARINS podcast episode 14: Making Sense of a United Ireland, Should it Happen, How Might it Happen?

Thursday, 1 September 2022

In this month’s episode, host Rory Montgomery and Brendan O’Leary, Lauder Professor of Political Science, at the University of Pennsylvania, discuss Brendan’s latest book Making Sense of a United Ireland, Should it...

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Reforming the Agreement: A Dublin view

Thursday, 14 July 2022

In the Republic the Good Friday Agreement is seen as a towering achievement of Irish diplomacy and statecraft. But while the public and politicians are mostly spared the direct consequences of the failure of the...

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Explaining the different results in opinion polls on Irish unity

Tuesday, 12 July 2022

Attitude surveys tend to show that public opinion in Northern Ireland, on the political future, has shifted significantly in the aftermath of the UK’s 2016 Brexit referendum, but there are significant differences...

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