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Northern Ireland and The European Union

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    • Advisory Committee on the FCNM. (2017). Fourth Opinion on the United Kingdom adopted on 25 May 2016, by the Advisory Committee on the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities, (27 February 2017), [PDF; 343KB]. Strasbourg: Council of Europe. ... [21086]

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      United Kingdom Government. (2017). Comments of the Government of the United Kingdom on the Fourth Opinion of the Advisory Committee on the implementation of the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities by the United Kingdom, (received on 27 February 2017), [PDF; 177KB]. Strasbourg: Council of Europe. ... [21087]

      European Economic and Social Committee (EESC). (2008). Opinion of the European Economic and Social Committee on, The role of the EU in the Northern Ireland peace process (Own-initiative opinion), (23 October 2008), [PDF; 198KB]. Brussels: EESC.

      Hamilton, Michael. (2003). De-escalating parade disputes: interpreting the European Convention on Human Rights, (February 2003), (Democratic Dialogue Discussion Paper), [PDF; 1497KB]. Belfast: Democratic Dialogue.

      Ingraham, Jeson. (1998). The European Union and Relationships Within Ireland. CAIN: <http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/issues/europe/euireland.htm >

      Wilson, Robin. (ed) (1997). Continentally Challenged: Securing Northern Ireland’s place in the European Union, (Democratic Dialogue Report No.5), (February 1997), [PDF; 361KB]. Belfast: Democratic Dialogue.

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