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Civic Engagement

ISE seeks to make an impact on its social context via the activities of its academic staff. Through public events, media contributions, collaborations with civil society groups, diplomats and the policy community, ISE academic staff endeavour to harness their expertise to further peace, justice and reconciliation.

ISE staff are on boards of civil society organisations including Healing Through Remembering, Action from Ireland (AfrI), Trocaire, International Anglican Standing Commission on Unity, Faith and Order (IASCUFO), Irish Forum for Peace in Sri Lanka, Christian Aid.

Staff are actively involved in public policy and societal impact activities through dissemination of their research, for example on Palestine-Israel, trafficking and gender, Ethics and societal challenges, inter-religious and inter-cultural dialogue, Brexit and Northern Ireland. For up to date information on ISE civic engagement follow the news section.