Two prominent Belfast politicians will reflect on the state of Belfast, a city still in transition, and on Northern Ireland Politics in general.
With the ink on the Stormont House Agreement barely dry, join BBC Talkback presenter, William Crawley, as he chairs a conversational debate between two prominent Belfast politicians: Máirtín Ó Muilleoir MLA (Sinn Féin) and Naomi Long MP (Alliance Party).
The two speakers will reflect on the state of Belfast, a city still in transition, and on Northern Ireland Politics in general.
How should our City be developed over the next generation, and what opportunities do we collectively need to grasp?
Are we doing enough to tackle poverty and deprivation; and why have previous policies apparently failed?
Will our politics ever transcend past divisions and develop a shared identity, or is our system hopelessly flawed; our attitudes too entrenched?
And finally, what vision does each speaker have for our region and what shape is our future politics likely to take?
The event is hosted by RSA Ireland in conjunction with Queen's University Belfast.
Location: Canada Room / Council Chamber, The Lanyon Building, Queen's University Belfast