Good Friday Agreement - 25 years on


The Cambridge Future of the Island of Ireland series is hosting a conference on Tuesday the 4th July at St Catharine's College. 

Twenty-five years after the signing of the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement there is much to reflect on. Has the Agreement worked for the people of Northern Ireland? What changes have different communities seen as a result of its implementation, both good and bad? How has Brexit impacted perceptions surrounding the Agreement? And is reform needed to steer it through the next twenty-five years?

The session chairs include History Faculty members Dr Niamh Gallagher and Professor Richard Bourke.

The conference programme and booking information can be found here