The Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence Series Programme: Brexit as it unfolds

The Centre for the Study of Transnational Europe (CESTE II) is pleased to announce its 2018 programme of public seminars, under the title Brexit as it unfolds. In a series of discussion seminars, experts will discuss the implications of Brexit in the context of their particular fields.

The seminars are free and open to the public.

Speakers are:

20 February, 2018 (15:00-17:00)

Claire Bradley (Founder and Director of the European Law Monitor). Brexit drivers – inequality in the UK and the implications for a future EU-UK settlement.

Room: King Henry Building, 3.14.

6 March, 2018 (17:00-TBC)

Phillip Inman (Economics Editor of the Observer). Brexit and the UK economy.

Room Dental School, 0.23.

21 March, 2018 (18:00-TBC)

Brendan Donnelly (Director of the Federal Trust and Treasurer of the European Movement). Where are we in the Brexit maze? Room Dental School, 0.23.

27 March, 2018. (15:00-17:00)

Prof. Peter Gill (Honorary Visiting Research Fellow, the University of Leicester). The likely impact of Brexit on UK-European security intelligence cooperation – a faint thud?

Room King Henry Building, 3.14.

These events are organised in conjunction with the European Movement.

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