As part of the project, we have written a number of policy papers that we have distributed to the relevant governmental actors as Brexit preparations have commenced. These are available below
Evidence before Select Committees or other UK Parliamentary Bodies, including oral testimony is also available below as are links to academic papers.
Commentary on the Joint Report A ‘Constitutional Conundrums: Northern Ireland, the EU and Human Rights’ Project Report
Policy Paper: Northern Ireland and the Brave New World of Brexit
Policy Paper: The Common Travel Area: Prospects After Brexit
Policy Paper: Brexit, Ireland and Northern Ireland
Policy Paper: The Place of Northern Ireland within UK Human Rights Reform
Dr Sylvia de Mars before the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee & Evidence
Response to the House of Lords EU Select Committee Brexit: Devolution Inquiry
Response to Northern Ireland Affairs Committee ‘Northern Ireland and the EU Referendum’ inquiry
Response to Exiting the EU Committee, ‘The UK’s Negotiating Objectives’ Inquiry
Response to Northern Ireland Affairs Committee ‘Future of the Land Border with the Republic of Ireland’ Inquiry
Briefing Document on Human Rights Reform and Northern Ireland
Open Access: ‘Constitutionally questioned : UK debates, International
Law, and Northern Ireland.’ BTC Warwick and A O’Donoghue (2015) 66(1) Northern Ireland Law Quarterly 93-104.
Open Access: The Implications of the Good Friday Agreement for UK Human-Rights Reform. O’Donoghue, Aoife, Murray, CRG & Warwick, BTC (2017). Irish Yearbook of International Law