The Protocol – Everything you need to know but were afraid to ask - In Person at NICVA

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6 February 2023 -
2:00pm to 3:30pm

Those working in the faith sector and in our communities are being challenged to understand the detail and implications of the changes that have come about because of Brexit.

Fundamental changes to identity, culture and sovereignty are at the fore of much debate in communities in a way they haven’t been for some time. But changes to how we are governed, who is affected and how, and the constant challenge of distinguishing truth from myth means that most people have switched off from the debate. However, communities are watchful and local tensions rise as fall as negotiations continue between governments. This has implications for those who provide community  can you check the and social services in these areas.

This is an opportunity to gain an understanding of what the Protocol is, the implications involved, what it means for us living in this place, etc. The presentation will be given by Prof. Katy Hayward and Prof. David Phinnemore from Queens University, Belfast.

This is an in-person meeting, and all are invited. Space will be provided for questions from the floor.

This event is for Faith Based Groups and organisations only.

Please register on the link below or contact [email protected]  

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