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NICRE 3rd HUMAN RIGHTS & EQUALITY CONFERENCE “HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION IN POST-BREXIT NI”

Next date: Friday 28 June 2019 9:45am
Transitional Justice Institute, Ulster University

Transitional Justice Institute, Ulster University

“HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION IN POST-BREXIT NI” in conjunction with the All Party Assembly Working Group on Ethnic Minorities

Programme

9.15am to 9.45amRegistration

9.45am to 10am

Introduction

Paula Bradshaw MLA

Alliance Party

Chair of the Conference

Theme 1: Human Rights Protection in Post-Brexit

10am to 10.20am

“Human Rights Protection in Post-Brexit NI– an Overview”

Professor Rory O’Connell

Professor of Human Rights & Constitutional Law

Director of Transitional Justice Institute

Ulster University

10.20am to 10.40am

Session 1: Devolution, Human Rights and Good Friday Agreement

“Human Rights protection in post Brexit: the case for human rights protection in the island of Ireland”

Les Allamby (to be confirmed)

Chief Commissioner

Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission

10.40am to 11.10amQ & A

11.10am to 11.25amCoffee/Tea/Comfort break

Theme 2: Brexit, Migration and Worker’s Rights

11.25am to 11.45am

“Migration and post-Brexit Worker’s Rights

Professor Dagmar Schiek
Professor of Law
Jean Monnet ad personam Chair in EU Law and Policy
Queen’s University of Belfast

11.45am to 12.05pm

“Employers’ perspective on post-Brexit Migration in Northern Ireland”

Dr. Owen Sims
Senior Policy Advisor
CBI

12.05pm to 12.35pmQ & A

12.35pm to 1.30pm

Lunch

Panel Discussion with Political Party

Chair of the Panel: Patrick Yu, Secretary of NICRE

1.30pm to 2.30pmRepresentatives from all the major party (to be confirmed)

2.30pm to 2.35pm

Introduction

Steve Aiken MLA
Ulster Unionist Party
Chair of the Conference

Theme 3: Brexit, Border and Security

2.35pm to 2.55pm

“Border – Economy, Security and Relationships – a quick assessment on post-Brexit arrangement”

Dr. Katy Hayward
Social Divisions and Conflict
The Senator George J Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice
Queen’s University of Belfast

2.55pm to 3.15pm

“Policing the EU Exit”
Temporary Deputy Chief Constable Stephen Martin (to be confirmed)
Police Service of Northern Ireland

3.15pm to 3.30pmQ & A

3.30pm to 3.45pmComfort Break

Theme 4: Brexit, Islamophobia and Hate

3.45pm to 4pm

“Brexit, Islamophobia and Hate in Northern Ireland”

Raied Al-Wazzan
Belfast Islamic Centre

4pm to 4.15pm

“Brexit and Hate Crime”

Richard Williams
Chair
Ethnic Minority Police Association
Police Service of Northern Ireland

4.15pm to 4.35pmQ & A

4.35pm to 4.40pmClosing Remarks

Prices

Public and Private Sector £ 30.00

Voluntary organisations and trade unions £20.00 (with income less than £250,000)

Voluntary and community organisations £10.00 (with income less than £100,000)

Unwaged/Students (with valid proof of status): £3.00

Date and Time

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Location

UNISON, Galway House, 165 York Street
Belfast
BT15 1AL
United Kingdom

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