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The Irish Land Border
October 1 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Land Border between Northern and Southern Ireland was originally intended as an administrative boundary between two devolved parts of the United Kingdom. By the end of 1922 it marked the border between the UK and the new “Irish Free State”. In this event, Dublin City Council Historian in Residence, Dr Cormac Moore and historians Diarmaid Ferriter and Síobhra Aiken, will discuss the foundation of Northern Ireland and the land border dividing the Island.
How did this act affect the history of the last century and the people living on either side? Chaired by Ronan McGreevy.
No booking required for online viewing. Click here for livestream.
Please note: There will be seats reserved for the deaf community to attend in-person for better visibility of the ISL interpreter on stage.