It’s more than just a border. It’s a line between peace and war.

After 40 years of conflict in Northern Ireland, the Good Friday agreement ushered in a period of relative peace and stability in the northwest corner of Europe. But the unintended consequences of the UK leaving the European Union have threatened to reignite a sectarian fire that many thought had been extinguished long ago. This film takes the audience on a journey to both sides of the Irish Sea to explore the social, political, and economic impact of Brexit on Northern Ireland.

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This video is part of the project Disrupting Democracy

Contact:

Anthony T. Silberfeld
Director, Transatlantic Relations
+1.202.384.1993
anthony.silberfeld@bfna.org