QPol Brexit Discussion: an update on key policy considerations
August 30 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Having set in motion the formal process for leaving the EU, the UK government is almost six months into a two-year negotiation process that continues to take place in a context of political uncertainty within the UK and the EU. QPOL Policy Engagement at Queen’s invites you to the latest in its series of ‘Brexit Clinics’ bringing together academic experts and stakeholders to discuss the issues facing the UK, to consider the particular challenges the process poses for Northern Ireland and to provide informed insights into the process.
So whether your particular interest is the economy, borders, the enviroment or the Brexit process itself, why not come along to the next Clinic on Wednesday 30 August at 12.30pm. The Clinic will consist of introductory comments on the process by senior Queen’s academics, followed by a Q+A session and discussion addressing issues raised by participants. The panel members are:
- Professor David Phinnemore
- Professor Lee McGowan
- Dr. Katy Hayward
- Dr. Viviane Gravey
- Dr Graham Brownlow
To this end, participants are encouraged to submit questions in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Places are limited so please register early.