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Read the first in a series of 'microdialogues' - online conversations between two experts on key challenges for modern society. The first addresses end-of-life care and the right to die.
Watch the Academy Discourse given by Professor Alvin Jackson, Hon. MRIA marking the anniversary of the death of John Redmond.
Apply for Archaeology Research Grants and Archaeology C14 Radiocarbon Dates Scheme.
Call for papers for the 2018 International Affairs conference - deadline extended to 16 March 2018.
Is iad aidhmeanna Choistí an Acadaimh ná saineolas eolaíochta agus léannta a chur ar fáil agus luach na n-eolaíochtaí, na ndaonnachtaí agus na n-eolaíochtaí sóisialta a chur chun cinn.
An overview of the work being carried out in Higher Education Institutions in the Republic of Ireland published by the Social Sciences Committee.
The Royal Irish Academy International Affairs Standing Committee is seeking papers for a series of panels to be included in its conference this year by Tuesday 14 March at 17:00,
Open Call seeking Expressions of Interest to serve on the Royal Irish Academy's Social Sciences Committee. This Open Call closed at 23:00 on 16 January 2017.
The Ethical Political Legal and Philosophical Studies Committee series of Constitutional ConversationsWednesday, 12 October 2016
During 2016 Mason Hayes & Curran sponsored the committee’s series of Constitutional Conversations on a range of topics.
Report published following Constitutional Conversation no. 4 of 6.