On Thursday 24 November, as part of a new seminar series organised in conjunction with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the China Policy Institute will host a round table event on the future direction of UK-China relations following the Brexit decision.
On 23rd June 2016, the UK voted to exit the EU. The referendum sparked a flurry of political changes in the government and a sharp rise in hate crimes reported to the police. Suddenly the UK has to confront questions of equality, tolerance and hate.
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The Professional Development Team are offering a workshop to staff which will focus on enhancing skills for resilience in response to the Brexit decision.
Experts in law, politics and economics will be debating the pros and cons of remaining in, […]
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The Faculty of Social Sciences presents the ‘EU referendum debate’. The debate will be chaired by Kevin Lee, School of Economics. Speaking in favour of staying in the EU: Holger Breinlich (Economics), Narine Ghazaryan (Law) and Kyriaki Nanou (Politics). Speaking in favour of Brexit: Aris Georgopoulos (Law), Oliver Morrissey (Economics) and Mark Stuart (Politics).