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City AM | 17 May, 2022

Katy Hayward discusses The Protocol and its implementation

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Centre on Constitutional Change February 2022 | 7 February, 2022

In a new report launched last week, Professors Katy Hayward and Nicola McEwen consider the prospect of an independent Scotland within the EU and what that might mean for Scotland's borders.

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Irish Central Border Area Network, 2021 | 1 October, 2021

These are results from the ‘The Border after Brexit’ project run by Queen’s University Belfast in conjunction with the Irish Central Border Area Network (ICBAN) of 8 local authorities in the Central Border Region of Ireland/Northern Ireland.

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Queen’s Policy Engagement blog | 1 November, 2021

An overview of UK-EU moves on the Protocol from July to October 2021 by Dr Milena Komarova and Prof Katy Hayward.

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Social Science Space | 7 August, 2021

Prof Katy Hayward a few questions about what it takes to study issues like the Irish border and what we might expect to see centered on the border in the coming years.

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Irish Central Border Area Network | 1 July, 2021

This blog by Milena Komarova, Katy Hayward and Ben Rosher, is the fourth of a series published for the first 6 months of implementing the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland, with a particular focus on borders and cross-border cooperation

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Heinrich Boell Stiftung | 1 June, 2021

Prof Katy Hayward discusses how, a century on from the creation of Northern Ireland, its society is once again deeply divided about the need for, and implications of, a border being drawn around it.

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Queen's Policy Engagement Blog | 18 May, 2021

This blog by Milena Komarova, Katy Hayward and Ben Rosher, is the third of a series that will be published every 6 weeks as part of a ‘temperature gauge’ of Brexit and the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland.

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Queen's Policy Engagement Blog | 1 April, 2021

This blog by Milena Komarova, Katy Hayward and Ben Rosher, is the second of a series that will be published every other month as part of a ‘temperature gauge’ of Brexit and the Protocol.

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Queen's Policy Engagement Blog |

This blog by Milena Komarova, Katy Hayward and Ben Rosher, is the first of a series that will be published every other month as part of a ‘temperature gauge’ of Brexit and the Protocol.

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Irish Central Border Area Network | 9 November, 2019

These are results from the ‘The Border into Brexit’ project run by Queen’s University Belfast in conjunction with the Irish Central Border Area Network (ICBAN) of eight local authorities in the Central Border Region of Ireland/Northern Ireland.

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Irish central Border Area Network | 9 November, 2018

ICBAN is the cross-border network for the area known as the Central Border Region of Ireland / Northern Ireland. The members of the organisation are the eight local authorities who together make up the Region and ICBAN has been working since 1995.

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5 March, 2018

The good health of the frontier is rooted in the Good Friday agreement, and threatened by the contempt of those who don’t understand its emotional landscape.

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Irish central Border Area Network | 9 November, 2017

After generations of severe social, political, and economic challenges in the Central Border Region, not to mention the experience of violent conflict, the 21st century has begun to prove the viability and value of cross-border cooperation.

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