28 June 2017

Scotland-EU Relations as Brexit Talks Unfold

Date: Wednesday 28 June 2017

Time: 10:00-11:00

Location: Technology & Innovation Centre (Auditorium C) | 99 George Street · Glasgow G1 1RD

Fiona Hyslop MSP

Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs

Brexit will fundamentally reshape the UK’s and Scotland’s relations with the European Union. In this keynote speech, Cabinet Secretary Fiona Hyslop MSP will consider how Scotland’s EU relationship will evolve as negotiations progress.

Dr Kirsty Hughes | Introduction
Director · Scottish Centre on European Relations

David Wilson | Chair
Executive Director · International Public Policy Institute

About the Speaker

Fiona Hyslop MSP is Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs and Member of the Scottish Parliament for Linlithgow. She is a graduate of the University of Glasgow with degree in Economic History and Sociology, and of the Scottish College of Textiles with a Postgraduate Diploma in Industrial Administration. Before entering the Parliament in 1999, Ms Hyslop worked in the financial services company Standard Life, where she held various positions in sales and marketing, latterly as Brand Development Manager. She also previously served as Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning.

Practical Information

Doors open from 09.30

Co-organised with the International Public Policy Institute

This event is free. Registration in advance required. All are welcome 

The Scottish Centre on European Relations is an independent and unaligned EU think tank, based in Edinburgh.