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Imagining New Constitutional Futures for the Island of Ireland

What’s on offer?

20 minutes panel discussions will be led by artists and activists involved in the theoretical aspect of the project who will discuss how the project resonates with their work and where they hope it will evolve towards. Followed by a Q & A (20 mins)

For the registration form to attend the in-person event, see:

What’s it about?

Held by The Feminist Constitutions Network this online and in-person (in Cork) workshop/training will engage with public, activist groups and artists to consider why they should be involved in imagining legal and constitutional futures for Ireland and Northern Ireland. We hope to break down barriers that prevent people from thinking that thee issues are up for discussion and not only for politicians and lawyers. 

Who’s leading the event?

Prof Aoife O'Donoghue (Durham),

Louise Coyle, Director, Northern Ireland Rural Women's Network;

Julie Morrissy, Poetry + Law, Poet-in-Residence, National Library of Ireland,

Claire McCann (personal capacity),

Sandrine Ndahrio, PhD Candidate, University of Limerick, Co-Editor in Chief Unapologetic Magazine

More contributors to be confirmed.

Open to

General public including artists and activists from women's groups across Northern Ireland and Ireland


twitter handle is @femconfutures

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