This is the second part of the third Constitutional Conversation 'Constitutions and these Islands: Beyond Brexit', in a series of six conversations themed around the constitution.
The School of Law at Queen's is excited to announce a new and innovative partnership with leading global law firm Herbert Smith Freehills.
The School of Law is delighted to announce that Dr Amrei Müller has been awarded an Early Career Fellowship by the Leverhulme Trust.
On the 15th April 1989 ninety-six men, women and children died at a football match, between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest at Hillsborough, the youngest of which was only thirteen. This remains the most serious tragedy in UK sporting history.
Organised by Ronan Deazley and Andrea Wallace, Display At Your Own Risk is an innovative, research-led exhibition event concerned with how we access and use our shared digital cultural heritage.
Anti-Slavery International was founded in 1839, and works to eliminate all forms of slavery around the world.
A joint report produced for the Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister, sheds new light on the risks encountered by young people and children growing up in places of high religious segregation.
The School of Law at Queens University has welcomed confirmation by the First and Deputy First Minister that an outcomes framework, focused on wellbeing, is to guide the work of the post-election administration in Northern Ireland.
On 12th November 2015, the animated film The Adventure of the Girl with the Light Blue Hair by Professor Ronan Deazley and CREATe researcher Bartolomeo Meletti won the AHRC Award for Innovation in Film.