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NI Human Rights Commission Research – Call for Expressions of Interest

The Joint Committee of the NI Human Rights Commission and the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission are interested in carrying out research on continuing EU citizenship “rights, opportunities and benefits” in Northern Ireland after Brexit.

Joint Committee calls for expressions of interest into EU citizenship research

The Joint Committee of the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission and the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission is seeking to commission research in the area of continuing EU citizenship rights, opportunities and benefits in Northern Ireland after Brexit. A call for expressions of interest is below, for return by 5pm on Monday 5 August. Please send your completed submissions to: info@nihrc.org

A parallel piece of legislative advice is being commissioned separately on amending the UK statute book to incorporate the ‘birthright’ commitment in the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement 1998. You will find the specification below for information, given the nexus between the two pieces of work.

Please see below for access to relevant files:

Call for expressions of interest: Continuing EU Citizenship “Rights, Opportunities and Benefits” in Northern Ireland after Brexit

Parallel document: Proposal for legal analysis incorporating into UK law the birthright commitment under the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement

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