Tomorrow’s EU: What Does it Mean to You?

Date and time
6 Jun 2016 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Organiser
University of Edinburgh
Location
George Square Lecture Theatre
People

The University of Edinburgh is pleased to invite you to its upcoming event:

Tomorrow's EU: What Does it Mean to You?

Monday 6 June 2016
6pm to 7.30pm

George Square Lecture Theatre
The University of Edinburgh

Tickets via Eventbrite: bit.ly/tomorrowEU

What is your view on the EU today and how will it affect the EU of tomorrow?

Come and join our discussion about the EU and its potential future(s).

In a unique event, a panel of University of Edinburgh doctoral researchers, who specialise on different aspects of the European Union, will discuss your questions and views, and share their academic insight:

  • Anthony Salamone (Politics of the UK and the EU)
  • Emily Hancox (EU Law and Constitutional Law)
  • Adrian Favero (Europe and Identity)
  • Saskia Smellie (Europe and Migration)
  • Prof Laura Cram (Chair), Professor of European Politics and Senior Fellow, The UK in a Changing Europe

This will be an interactive session so please bring your questions, views and opinions.

You can also send them in advance to: festivals@ed.ac.uk

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

Contact address for queries: festivals@ed.ac.uk