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Citizen’s income and globalisation’s crisis of confidence
The global village was meant to bring harmony and prosperity to the human race, is progressing roughly as predicted – and is in a state of peril. One mooted solution is free cash for everyone.
Commons and goings: May, Brokenshire and Northern Ireland
The reshuffle in Westminster’s House of Cards is over. Scope looks at what this means for Northern Ireland – including a possible intriguing border carve up.
Brexit: not just a political crisis but a crisis for politics
The Brexit crisis is rapidly mutating from a grave political crisis into a crisis about politics itself.
Brexit, Northern Ireland and the third sector
The UK is going to leave the EU and, while uncertainty about the future is high, everyone now has to begin to adapt. Scope talks with NICVA CEO Seamus McAleavey.
The BBC demotes its boss in Northern Ireland
Putting out bad or highly contentious statements on a busy news day is one of the oldest and sneakiest tricks in the book.
Programme for Government: the next steps
Everyone in the voluntary sector would like to have a role in shaping public policy. With the Programme for Government out for consultation now is the time to act.
Consistency needed for children whose lives lack just that
Last month saw horrific revelations concerning separated children within Northern Ireland. Scope hears how implementation of already-passed legislation could make huge improvements.
Brexit and globalisation: is this any more than a bureaucratic change?
Fears over the economic and cultural impact of immigration drove the UK from the EU, but what if Brexit provides no solutions and only makes these problems worse?
What does Brexit mean for Northern Ireland?
UKIP leader Nigel Farage wants the 24 June to be a public holiday, Independence Day.
An awful question that will not go away ...
Gerry McAlinden former Head of the Northern Ireland Centre in Europe argues that we should remain in Europe for the sake of future generations
Openness and Stormont's new government
Scope has already examined the potential positives from Stormont’s new outcomes-based approach. However, some are sceptical.
"Say yes to the world's most successful peace building project"
In our second contribution Lisa McElherron Head of Public Affairs at NICVA states the case for Remain.
"Say No to Austerity Europe"
There is more to the Euro debate than a row between nationalist Conservatives and neoliberals. Scope has commissioned pieces outlining very different arguments, for leaving and staying.
Brexit and the border
Debate around the EU referendum has long since fallen down the rabbit hole. Scope takes a look at the issue of the Irish border and comes to a calm if uncertain conclusion.