ICBAN’s most recent news and events.
Hamming it up: sausage wars, porky pies and party roastings. (Weeks 19-25 of implementing the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland.)
20th July 2021
This blog by Milena Komarova, Katy Hayward and Ben Rosher, is the fourth of a series published for the first 6 months of implementing the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland, with a particular focus on its impact on borders and cross-border cooperation.
QUB students complete their Internships and Briefing Papers with ICBAN
29th June 2021
Two post-graduate students from Queen’s University Belfast recently completed their internships with ICBAN. As part of their assignment, both students carried out research and completed briefing papers on their specific interests.
ICBAN comment on release of the Northern Ireland Audit Office Report on ‘Broadband Investment in Northern Ireland’ 17 June 2021
17th June 2021
ICBAN welcomes the report by Northern Ireland Audit Office, in taking on board the issues raised in the ‘Fibre at a Crossroads’ reports and in carrying out this thorough examination.
100 Years On: Something Old, Something New…Weeks 12-18 of implementing the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland
21st May 2021
In what was the most unsettled (and unsettling) six weeks since ‘Brexit proper’ began, political and popular moods oscillated, events cavalcaded, and violence sporadically erupted on the streets of Northern Ireland.