In this episode of the ARINS podcast, Brice Dickson and Rory Montgomery consider how the unification of Ireland could change the way in which human rights are protected.
In this episode of the ARINS podcast, Etain Tannam and Rory Montgomery reflect on the British-Irish Relationship.
In this episode, Colin Harvey and Jennifer Kavanagh pick through the political uncertainties surrounding the anticipated referendums, north and south.
In this episode, Gladys Ganiel and Philip McDonagh discuss church leaders' contributions to public debates about a post-Brexit island.
In this episode, John Doyle and John FitzGerald discuss the subject of the UK financial ‘subvention’ to Northern Ireland, which has been dominating the public debate on the economics of a united Ireland.
In today’s ARINS blog, Brice Dickson considers the protection of human rights in the north and south of Ireland, and asks what might change after a referendum?
In today’s ARINS blog, Mary P. Murphy discusses how our society can collaborate to imagine a better welfare state across issues of social security, poverty and inequality, north and south.
In this episode, Christopher McCrudden and Oran Doyle discuss the franchise in Irish unification referendums.
In today’s ARINS blog, Dr Martin Brown, School of Policy and Practice, DCU Institute of Education discusses the advantages, disadvantages and unintended consequences of academic selection.
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?
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