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Conference Report: “Sovereignty, Populism and Constitutional Politics”

On August 30-31, Constitution Project @ UCC, in association with the British and Irish Chapter of the International Society of Public Law, played host to a conference on the theme of “Sovereignty, Populism and Constitutional Politics”. 70 delegates saw 33 … Continue reading

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Conference Programme and Registration: “Sovereignty, Populism and Constitutional Politics”, 30-31 August

School of Law, UCC and Constitution Project @ UCC in association with The British and Irish Chapter of the International Society of Public Law (ICON-S) Friday 30th and Saturday 31st August 2019, 1 Lapp’s Quay Executive Education Building, Cork Keynote … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: “Sovereignty, Populism and Constitutional Politics”

School of Law, UCC and Constitution Project @ UCC in association with The British and Irish Chapter of the International Society of Public Law (ICON-S) 30-31 August 2019 Keynote Speaker: Professor Gráinne de Burca, New York University The Irish Constitution … Continue reading

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Referendum on the Abolition of the Seanad: Public Debate and Information Event

On September 19, Constitution Project @ UCC hosted a public debate information event on the referendum on the proposed abolition of the Seanad, which was attended by almost 200 people. The event was chaired by broadcaster George Hook, and began … Continue reading

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Public Debate and Information Event on the Proposed Abolition of the Seanad

Boole 2 Lecture Theatre, UCC, Thursday September 19th, 7.15 pm Programme: 7.15:  Welcome Information Session 7.25-7.55: Contextual information on the Seanad will be presented from three perspectives: History – Prof John A Murphy, Emeritus Professor of History, UCC Political Science … Continue reading

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