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Discussion seminar on the human rights and equality implications of the EU referendum

Brexiting and Rights

Discussion seminar on the human rights and

equality implications of the EU referendum

held on 27th September 2016 at the

Metropolitan Arts Centre, Belfast

Partnership between the Transitional Justice Institute (TJI), Ulster University and the Committee on the Administration of Justice (CAJ) in association with the Equality Coalition

Papers and Speeches

Agenda and Introduction:  Louise Mallinder, TJI, Ulster University/ Chair CAJ and Daniel Holder, Deputy Director CAJ/Co-Convener Equality Coalition

 PaperbyFionnuala Ni Aolain:Brexit: Implications of International Treaty Law Obligations and Customary International Law” 

Speech by Colin Harvey, QUB School of Law, “Reflections on Human Rights and Citizenship in a Changing Constitutional Context”

Paper by Paul MacFlynn, Nevin Economic Research Institute, (NERI) “Economic implications of BREXIT”

Paper by Patricia McKeown, UNISON/Co-Convener Equality Coalition and member EU European Economic and Social Committee, “Implications for Equality and Socioeconomic Rights in Northern Ireland following a UK exit from the EU – a trade union perspective”

Paper by Rory O’Connell, Director TJI, “The Political Constitution ten years from now – dodo or phoenix?”

Speech by Claire Archbold, Deputy Departmental Solicitor, Departmental Solicitor’s Office, "Brexit - the task ahead for Northern Ireland"?  [FORTHCOMING]

Paper by Ciaran White, Law School, Ulster University, “Brexit and NI Employment Law – a proposal for an NI-specific framework to defend workers’ EU rights?”

 

Closing and Delegates List Brian Gormally, CAJ

Please find the speeches and papers here