The National Integration Conference and Debate took place on 30th April at St. Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin. The question posed was, ‘Does Ireland have a sustainable position on the issue of Integration?’ The Keynote Speaker was Brian Lucey, Professor of Finance at the School of Business, Trinity College Dublin and the results of the national opinion poll on integration were presented by Amárach Research. The event was hosted by Metro Eireann with the support of the Irish Times, An Post, St. Patrick's College and Dublin Bus.

Aside form the above, other contributors included: Prof Dáire Keogh, President, St Patrick’s College; Gerard O’Neill, Amárach Research;
Carl O’Brien, The Irish Times; Waheed Mudah, Kevin Tunney Solicitors; Dr Roslyn Fuller, Writer and Lecturer; Shaykh Dr Muhammad Umar Al-Qadri, Al-Mustafa Islamic centre; Sgt Dave McInerney, An Garda Síochána; Agnieszka Wieczorkowska, Clinical Psychologist; Brian Kerr, SARI Director; Prashant Shukla, Ireland India Council; Chinedu Onyejelem, Metro Éireann.

The results of the Amarach research can be viewed here: Attitudes to Integration in Ireland 2008-2015

You can read the Irish Times review of the survey results here