Northern Ireland and Brexit: Papers and reports

Consultation: An initiative of the Irish Central Border Area Network, working with Queen’s University Belfast

Amid the uncertainty about the future of the UK’s relationship with the European Union, one thing is clear: the Irish border region will be most directly affected by Brexit. Take the 10 Minute survey focusing on the Central Border Region areas of Armagh City Banbridge and Craigavon; Cavan; Donegal; Fermanagh and Omagh; Leitrim; Mid Ulster; Monaghan; and Sligo. Survey opens 22 May 2017 and closes 30 June 2017 –

Read Parliament’s analysis of how leaving the EU will affect different policy areas in the UK

Northern Ireland Assembly Questions on Brexit

The European Parliament: The Impact and Consequences of Brexit for Northern Ireland

“Brexiting and Rights.”: Papers from conference held by CAJ, Ulster University and the Equality Coalition

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


“The Economic Implications of Brexit.” – Paul MacFlynn, NERI

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

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

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

Accessing EU Funds – 2015-2020 Prof H Quigley – EU budget to identify those most relevant to the community and voluntary sector in Ireland & Brexit and EU funding.

Brexit: A youth Prospective: Shout out UK – Reactions & Recommendations taken from a pool of young People on how the Government should tackle the negotiations surrounding Brexit & the European Union