Immigrants As Outsiders In The two Irelands – Ulster University

Event date(s): 10 October 2019

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The book “Immigrants As Outsiders In The two Irelands” is being launched at an event at Ulster University.

Published by Manchester University Press and edited by Bryan Fanning and Lucy Michael.

Ulster University School of Applied Social and Policy Sciences is holding the launch event Ulster University Belfast.

The book will be formally launched by Ken Fraser, Head of the Racial Equality Unit, Northern Ireland Executive Office.

About The Book

Immigrants as outsiders in the two Irelands examines how a wide range of immigrant groups who settled in the Republic of Ireland and in Northern Ireland since the 1990s are faring today.

It asks to what extent might different immigrant communities be understood as outsiders in both jurisdictions.

Written by 19 expert authors across the island of Ireland, this book offers a wealth of evidence on integration experience and policy direction in Ireland and Northern Ireland today.


Time And Location

Thursday 10 October 2019

Ulster University Belfast campus, York Street



Attend The Event

Queries regarding the book launch can be directed to Dr Lucy Michael (Editor) at