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The Good Friday Agreement, Brexit, and Rights

Published The British Academy

The briefing considers the relationship between the Belfast-Good Friday Agreement, which underpins the peace settlement in Northern Ireland, and Brexit.

'The Good Friday Agreement, Brexit, and Rights' is written by Professor Chris McCrudden FBA MRIA, Professor of Equality and Human Rights Law at Queen’s University Belfast and William W. Cook, Global Law Professor at the University of Michigan.

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