4 November 2016, Florence (Italy)
On 4 November 2016 the Schuman Centre in conjunction with the ‘UK in a Changing Europe’ initiative by the UK Economic and Social Research Council, organised a workshop with the aim to explore a number of dimensions of the process from both the perspective of the UK and the future European Union of 27.
Session 1 - The People have Spoken
Chair: William Paterson, Aston University
Session 2 - Brexit means Brexit: What does that mean?
Chair: Stefaan De Rynck, Collegio Carlo Alberto, Turin
Session 3 - The Disunited Kingdom and Ireland
Chair: His Excellency Bobby McDonagh, Irish Ambassador to Italy
Session 4 - The EU at 27
Chair: Adrienne Héritier, European University Institute
Irish Ambassador to Italy Bobby McDonagh talks about Ireland's main concerns in relation to Brexit, in particular for the Peace Process in Northern Ireland and how to preserve the common travel area.
Anand Menon, Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at King's College London, speaks about how the recent Brexit ruling by the High Court can affect the way the UK will leave the EU.
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