Event Report: Law & Politics of Brexit Book Conference 4: The Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland
Event Report: Differentiated Governance in the Post-Crises EU
Event Report: Cross-Border Data Protection After Brexit
Event Report: The Post-Pandemic EU Political System: State-of-Play Two Years into the New Institutional Cycle
Event Report: Solidarity, Identity and Populism in the EU
Event Report: Brexit & European Foreign Policy
Event Report: An Economy that Works for the People: Beyond Brexit and Covid-19
Event Report: The Framework of New EU-UK Relations
Event Report: Launch of Brexit and the Future of the EU by Federico Fabbrini
Post-Pandemic Economic Governance: Online Multiplier Event at the European Central Bank
Beyond the Transition Period: Brexit and the Conference on the Future of Europe
Event Report: Brexit, the US Presidential Elections and the Future of Transatlantic Relations
Beyond the Euro-crisis: Covid-19 and the Future of Europe
Event Report: Legal Disintegration? Brexit, the Judgment of the German Constitutional Court in Weiss and the Future of Europe
Event Report: Brexit, Covid-19 and the Transition Period
Event Report: Brexit and Banking
Event Report: Brexit and the New EU Institutional Cycle
Event Report: Brexit and Data Protection
Event Report: “Brexit, the Irish Economy and the Future of European Fintech”
Event Report: ‘Which Brexit After the European Elections?’
Event Report: ‘Brexit and the European Parliament Elections 2019’
Event Report: High – Level Policy Dialogue, 4 April 2019
Event Report: Brexit, the terms of Withdrawal and the Framework of future EU-UK Relations
All-Island Customs Union: No Cure-All for the Irish Border Neither
Event Report: Brexit and Agri-Food
Event Report: Brexit, the Backstop and the Island of Ireland
Event Report: Brexit and Aviation
Event Report: Brexit and International Development Cooperation
Event Report: Brexit by Design or by Default?
Event Report: Brexit, Customs and Trade
Event Report On “Brexit, Medicine and Public Health”
Event Report on “Brexit and Financial Services”
Event “Brexit, Climate and Energy Policy”
On February 15, 2018, the DCU Brexit Institute held an event on “Brexit, Climate and Energy Policy” organised in partnership with the Irish Environmental Protection Agency and the Political Studies Association of Ireland. The event was hosted by Arthur Cox.
Opening Keynote Speech by Enrico Letta (former Italian Prime Minister and Dean of the Paris School of International Affairs, Sciences Po Paris)
Enrico Letta spoke about Brexit being one of the most important challenges of our times, even though, as he reminded the audience, it is not as important in France and Italy as it is in Ireland. Before continuing, he gave warning that the topic is complicated and he cannot see a happy end of Brexit. The Union risks and will lose most in the area of energy and climate. In these topics the UK had a big leading role and therefore losing the UK is a loss for the EU.
Inaugural Event “Brexit, Ireland and the Future of Europe”
On January 25, 2018, the DCU Brexit Institute held its Inaugural event on “Brexit, Ireland and the Future of Europe”, organised in partnership with European Movement Ireland and Dublin City University. The event was opened by a Keynote Address by his Excellency Michael D. Higgins, President of Ireland, followed by keynote speeches by Hillary Benn, Chairman of the UK House of Commons Committee on Exiting the EU, and Herman Van Rompuy, first President of the European Council. After a panel of academics and representatives of civil society, the event will be concluded by a final Keynote Address by Simon Coveney, Tánaiste and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Workshop on Moving on? from Divorce to Future EU – UK Relations
On 7 December 2017 the DCU Brexit Institute organised, in partnership with Ibec, a workshop on “Moving on? From the Divorce to Future EU – UK Relations”. This was a general survey of the first phase of the Brexit talks, concluding a series of workshops addressing the three key issues which had to be addressed before moving on to the second phase. (As it happens, on 8 December, the morning after the workshop, it was revealed that an agreement had been reached that apparently signalled sufficient progress to allow the talks to move on to Phase 2.)
Workshop on Brexit, the Financial Settlement and the Future of EU Finances
On November 23, the DCU Brexit Institute organized a workshop on the subject, “Brexit, the Financial Settlement and the Future of EU Finances.”
This was the third in a series of workshops addressing the three key issues of the first stage of the Brexit talks. The previous two workshops were concerned with citizens’ rights (October 6) and the Irish border question (October 26).
Workshop on Brexit, the Border and the Internal Market
The DCU Brexit Institute hosted an event on “Brexit, the Border and the Internal Market” on 26 October 2017, supported by the European Commission Representation in Ireland. The event addressed the issue of the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland, which is arguably the most sensitive of the three items in the withdrawal negotiations, and considered also questions concerning the access by the UK to the EU internal market post Brexit.
Workshop on Brexit, Citizens Rights and their Protection
The DCU Brexit Institute hosted an event on “Brexit, Citizens Rights and their Protection” on 5 October 2017, which was organised jointly with the European Parliament Representation in Dublin. The event addressed one of the three main issues which are currently being negotiated between the United Kingdom and the European Union: the rights of EU citizens in the UK and those of the UK citizens in the EU after the withdrawal.
Opening event – Which Brexit after the UK elections?
The DCU Brexit Institute celebrated its official opening on September 14. The Opening Event of this new DCU Brexit Institute, the first of its kind in Europe, addressed the question, “Which Brexit after the UK elections?”