PUBLIC EVENT
27 March 2018

Brexit and Scotland: What Happens Next?

Date: Tuesday 27 March 2018

Time: 17:00-18:30

Location: Matthew Building (Room 5013) | 13 Perth Street · Dundee DD1 4HT

Dr Kirsty Hughes
Director · Scottish Centre on European Relations

Prof Alan Page
Professor of Public Law · University of Dundee

Kieran Andrews
Politics and Investigations Reporter · The Sunday Post

Prof Kurt Mills | Chair
Professor of International Relations and Human Rights · University of Dundee

With the two-year negotiating period reaching its halfway point, this event will consider how the Brexit talks are developing and the implications for Scotland. The panel will set out the points of view from Scotland, the UK and the EU(27) on Brexit and the possible options going forward. Bring your questions for the discussion!

Practical Information

Doors open from 16.30, with tea and coffee available

Co-organised with the Institute for Social Sciences Research (University of Dundee) and the European Commission Office in Scotland

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

The Scottish Centre on European Relations is an independent EU think tank based in Edinburgh