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Five myths about Palestine's youth activists – debunked

Date published - 18/05/2018

Author - Julie M Norman, Research Fellow in Global Peace, Security, & Justice, Queen's University Belfast

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Amnesty for British soldiers fuels division over dealing with Northern Ireland's past

Date published - 11/05/2018

Author - Kevin Hearty, Research Fellow, School of Law, Queen's University Belfast

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Why Renamo leader's death could have a major impact on Mozambique

Date published - 10/05/2018

Author - Eric Morier-Genoud, Lecturer in African history, Queen's University Belfast

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What you need to know about the new free speech pledge for universities

Date published - 09/05/2018

Author - Suzanne Whitten, PhD Philosophy Candidate, Queen's University Belfast

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Five myths about Palestine’s youth activists – debunked

Dr Julie Norman challenges some of the myths surrounding youth activists involved in the conflict in Palestine.

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Date published - 22/05/2018

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People in Northern Ireland want the UK to stay in the customs union and single market new research on public attitudes reveals

Professors John Garry and Brendan O'Leary look at some of the headline findings from their recent report into public attitudes to Brexit across Northern Ireland.

The post People in Northern Ireland want the UK to stay in the customs union and single market new research on public attitudes reveals appeared first on QPOL.

Date published - 21/05/2018

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The impact of Brexit on the Good Friday Agreement: A review in light of the current state of play

Dr Katy Hayward and Professor David Phinnemore gave evidence this week to the Oireachtas on the impact of Brexit on the Good Friday Agreement. Below is an overview of the evidence they presented.

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Date published - 18/05/2018

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