Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence for the Study of a Transnational Europe

Brexit: Debating the Costs and Benefits

CESTE presents a series of Wednesday afternoon presentations, discussing:

  • the ways in which the EU and the UK currently control their borders
  • the laws relating to free movement
  • EU and non-EU immigration
  • EU–UK democratic practice.

The seminars, with the Eastleigh-based lawyer, Claire Bradley, will examine how the current situation is likely to change post Brexit.

Programme

These presentations will take place on Wednesdays between 4 and 5.00pm, in room 0.23, William Beatty Building (the Dental School), Ravelin Park, Hampshire Terrace. Sessions are free, open to all, and will give time for individual questions and enquiries.

  • 8 February – Is the UK in control of its borders as an EU member?
  • 15 February – Is the EU in control of its borders?
  • 1 March – What does free movement mean?
  • 29 March – Let’s talk about immigration
  • 19 April – Democracy, the EU and the UK

Further free information on general EU subjects will be available at the event for people to take away.