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Issue No: 12 - Dec/2021

Introduction

Welcome to our last newsletter of 2021. We thank you for all your support during this year, and look forward to new and exciting activities in 2022.
 

Season's Greetings

Season's Greetings
The ARK team will be taking a break over the next two weeks, and returning on 4th January. In the meantime, we hope that you all have a very happy, safe and peaceful Christmas season.
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Reflections on the Marking of a Decade of Centenaries

Reflections on the Marking of a Decade of Centenaries
The CAIN Associate Programme showcases how CAIN plays an important role in academic research and in the work of policy makers and practitioners. To date, three events have been held. Full details and videos of these events are available on the CAIN website.

The next webinar of Associate Programme will take place on 19 January 2022, at 2pm: Partition and the Birth of Northern Ireland Revisited: Reflections on the Marking of a Decade of Centenaries with Dr Eamon Phoenix. Please register using the link below.

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ARK team

ARK team
Welcome to the newest member of the ARK team - Dr Adrian Grant. Adrian is a Lecturer in Politics at Ulster University and has joined the CAIN team to lead the transformation project for this resource.

Adrian's current research focuses on the everyday experience of conflict and division in urban settings. Much of his work focuses on the conflict in, and about, Northern Ireland. He has worked extensively in research on the legacy of conflict, particularly on the role of oral history and urban policy in addressing division.
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About ARK

ARK is Northern Ireland's social policy hub. Established in 2000 by researchers at Queen's University Belfast and Ulster University, its primary goal is to increase the accessibility and use of academic data and research. Most of our dissemination is via our website at www.ark.ac.uk, which is divided into five main areas:
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Contact us


Queen's University Belfast
,
School of Social Sciences,
Education and Social Work,
6 College Park,
Belfast BT7 1LP
T: +44 (0)28 909­7 3034
W: www.ark.ac.uk
E: info@ark.ac.uk

Ulster University
,
School of Applied Social
and Policy Sciences,
Jordanstown campus, Shore Road,
Newtownabbey, BT7 0QB
T: +44 (0)28 9036 6339
W: www.ark.ac.uk
E: info@ark.ac.uk

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