Unfortunately, with apologies, but due to unforseen circumstances, we’ve had to postpone the Brexit discussion scheduled for tomorrow night, Thursday 27th April.

We’ll reschedule and circulate the new date shortly.


Sign up for the event here or contact [email protected] for further information.

As the British Prime Minister starts the Brexit process, leading to the UK’s exit from the EU, the many challenges and hopefully opportunities for Ireland will start to become clearer. We know many of them already – the border and status of Northern Ireland and the Good Friday Agreement; the impact, already being felt, on our SMEs and exporters; the opportunities to attract further international investment; the future shape of the common travel area and the rights and entitlements of Irish and EU citizens living in the UK and vice versa.

Ireland, negotiating alongside the other 26 remaining EU member states, is in an extremely delicate situation. We know very little about the government’s negotiating position and strategy on our behalf. What can we do to protect ourselves from the worst of the fallout that may come? How can we capitalise on any opportunities? What kind of relationships do we want and need with Britain and Europe post-Brexit?

What would a Social Democrat government be doing differently?

Come along to our seminar on Brexit and its implications on 27th April with Professor John O’Brennan from Maynooth University and other speakers.

The event is on Thursday, April 27th at 7pm in Chartered Accountants House, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Sign up here or contact [email protected] for further information.