Dr. Katy Hayward is Reader in Sociology, a Fellow of the Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice and a member of the Centre for International Borders Research at Queen’s University Belfast.
She has twenty years’ research experience on the impact of the EU on the Irish border and peace process, including as part of the EU FP5-funded EUBorderConf [EU and border conflicts] project and the current SSHRC-funded ‘Borders in Globalization’ programme. She is the author of over 100 publications, including most recently Bordering on Brexit (2017), Dynamics of Political Change in Ireland (2017), UK Withdrawal and the Good Friday Agreement (2017, with David Phinnemore). Katy has presented widely on the topic of Brexit and Northern Ireland/Ireland, and has given evidence on this before parliamentary committees in both the UK and the Republic of Ireland. Outside the University, she is a Board Member of the Centre for Cross Border Studies and Conciliation Resources.
Dr. Katy Hayward Sessions
June 19, 2019 @ 10:45 am - 11:45 am
Invisible Borders and the Movement of Goods: AEOs and the Future of Government/Private Sector Partnerships
This panel will discuss border development and government-private sector partnerships to facilitate movement of goods, including Authorized Economic Operators (AEO) programs and progress under the SAFE Framework. The panel will include a discussion on the Iceberg Theory of border control, i.e., alternative compliance measures, inspections and controls away from the frontier in the light of major Customs challenges like Brexit....