When Borders Change: Public Health, Trade and the Role of Law in the UK and Ireland

Project Details

Description

This project aims to understand the shifting boundaries of the post-Brexit relationship between public health, trade and the law in the UK and Ireland, including North-South relations on the island of Ireland. It involves an academic collaboration between the University of Edinburgh and University College Cork, as well as liaison with the Public Health Ethics Special Interest Group, UK Faculty of Public Health and the Institute of Public Health, Ireland.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date31/03/2230/03/24

Funding

  • UK-based charities: £19,829.00

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