Prof. John Doyle

Online seminar with Prof. John Doyle (Dublin City University)

Topic: “The economic agenda in the debate on a United Ireland”  

Thursday 09th June 2022,
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
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The fifth seminar in the QUB School of Law and DCU School of Law and Government Joint Seminar series: “Reflections on a United Ireland” will be delivered by Prof John Doyle of DCU.

With growing discussion around the issue of Irish unification post-Brexit, DCU’s School of Law and Government in collaboration with Queen’s University School of Law is hosting a seminar series entitled “Reflections on a United Ireland”. The aim is to contribute to this constitutional debate by providing academic analysis from key experts in relevant fields. The series co-convenors are Prof Colin Harvey (QUB) and Prof John Doyle (DCU)

Previous webinars can be accessed here.

Speaker Bio:
John Doyle is the Director of the Institute for International Conflict Resolution and Reconstruction (IICRR) and a Professor of International Conflict Resolution at Dublin City University. His research interests include comparative nationalist and ethnic conflict, Northern Ireland, conflict in South Asia and Irish foreign policy. He is the Editor of the ‘Irish Studies in International Affairs’ journal.  Among his publications is Policing the Narrow Ground: lessons from the transformation of policing in Northern Ireland (2010).

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