Future of the European Union with Elmar Brok MEP

Date: 22nd May 2017

Time: 17:00-18:00

Organiser: Europa Institute

Location: Informatics Forum (Room G.07)


Details:

The Edinburgh Europa Institute and the Scottish Centre on European Relations are pleased to invite you to their upcoming event:

The Future of the European Union

Elmar Brok MEP
European People’s Party Brexit Coordinator

Monday 22 May 2017
5pm to 6pm

Informatics Forum
Room G.07

Register via Eventbrite: bit.ly/EdinEUBrok

Doors open from 4.30pm

Introduction from Prof Drew Scott FAcSS
Professor of European Union Studies
Edinburgh Europa Institute Co-Director
The University of Edinburgh

The European Union today is faced with numerous challenges including, but in addition to, Brexit. In this public lecture, senior German and European parliamentarian Elmar Brok MEP will offer his perspective on the way forward for Europe.

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

About the Speaker

Elmar Brok MEP is a senior European parliamentarian and the European People’s Party (EPP) Brexit Coordinator. He was Chair of the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee from 1999 to 2007, and again from 2012 to February of this year. Mr Brok has represented Germany in the Parliament since 1980, during which time his impact on European policy has been substantial, including in the design of the EU’s ultimately unsuccessful Constitutional Treaty. He is a prominent figure in the Christian Democratic Union, the party of incumbent German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

This event is co-organised with the Scottish Centre on European Relations

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

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