Brexit and your rights

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4 December 2020 -
11:00am to 12:00pm

What will ‘breaking the law but only a little bit’ actually mean to the people of Northern Ireland?

 

With the countdown to Brexit slowly looming in the background of a global pandemic, we examine the impact that leaving the European Union could have on the rights of people living here.

Joined by Les Allamby, NIHRC, Úna Boyd, CAJ, and Professor Rory O’Connell, UU, this webinar will provide an opportunity for learning and discussion on the potential impact Brexit will have on the rights of all those living in Northern Ireland.

The guest speakers will provide their expert narrative on the dedicated mechanism and the importance of the NIHRC in upholding the rights of people living in NI after Brexit, how Brexit may impact upon the rights of migrants in Northern Ireland and the Good Friday Agreement after Brexit

Agenda

11.00  Welcome & Introductions - Geoff Nuttall, NICVA

11.05  The dedicated mechanism and the importance of the NIHRC in upholding the rights of people living in NI after Brexit - Les Allamby, NIHRC

11.15  An overview of how Brexit may impact upon the rights of migrants in Northern Ireland  - Úna Boyd, CAJ

11.25  The Good Friday Agreement after Brexit - Prof Rory O’Connell

11.40  Q&A

11.00  Close

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