Cross-Border Data Protection Network

June 23, 2021

Details:

Hosting Organization:

Dublin City University

Organizer:

Róisín Costello

Venue:

Online Workshop (Zoom)

Schedule:

Panel One: Cross Border Research and Practice on the Island of Ireland Before and After Brexit 10.30 – 12.00(GMT)
Professor Jane Ohlmeyer (Trinity College Dublin)
Dr Adele Bergin and Dr Seamus McGuinness (ESRI)
Dr Karen McCullagh (University of East Anglia)

Chair:

Dr Róisín Á Costello
Panel Two: Data Protection After Brexit Challenges for Research and Practice 13.00 – 14.30(GMT)
Dr Eoin O’Dell (Trinity College Dublin)
Dr Maria Grazia Porcedda (Trinity College Dublin)
Dr Róisín Á Costello (DCU)

Chair:

Dr Maria Helen Murphy (Maynooth University)

Data Protection Concerns in Cross Border Research and Practice

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The second event, led by Róisín Costello and hosted by Dublin City University, will take place on 23 June 2021, online. It will focus on the importance of data protection in cross-border relations on the island of Ireland. Brexit generates particular challenges in terms of maintaining co-operation for those working across the border between Northern Ireland and the RoI. Under the Good Friday Agreement (GFA), the governments of the RoI and Northern Ireland are tasked to co-operate on an all-island and cross-border basis on matters of mutual interest (Good Friday Agreement, 1998). The practical assurance of the GFA has relied not only on formal cooperation mechanisms, but also on informal, institutional, community and academic information sharing and joint ventures. If a consistent approach and reliable infrastructure for all stakeholders involved in policy development is absent, this cooperation will face significant obstacles with consequences for the solidarity fundamental to the peace process.

As a third level academic organisation, this event will qualify for CPD purposes for most professional bodies. Please find more information on our Eventbrite page linked below.

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