Brexit: Photo Courtesy of porta gda
Tuesday, 1 November 2016
5.30pm - 7pm
M1, WBS Teaching Centre, Library Road, University of Warwick
(followed by a drinks reception)
(Please note this is a venue change - see annotated map)
Following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, questions remain as to what shape its trade and investment relationship with the EU and the rest of the world will look like. Does a brave new world of trade and investment deals beckon? Or will Britain be constrained by its lack of negotiating capacity? What might the broader (e.g. social and environmental) impact of Britain’s trade policy decision-making be? Join our experts to find out more.
- Dr James Harrison, Associate Professor, Warwick Law School
- Dr Gabriel Siles-Brugge, Associate Professor, Department of Politics and International Studies, Warwick
- Markus Wagner, Associate Professor, Warwick Law School
Chair: Professor Fiona Smith, Warwick Law School
This event is free of charge but please register your interest here.
Directions on how to get to Warwick University can be found here.
If you driving, we suggest parking in Car Park 7 if you are arriving after 5pm as there are no charges after 5pm. You will have to pay a parking fees in other pay and display car parks. Car Park 7 is a multi-storey car park with no lifts but there are disabled bays for blue badge holders on the ground floor and there are other disabled bays around campus. Please email us for details.
An annotated campus map indicating the venue (M1, WBS Teaching Centre and Car Park 7) can be found here.
For further details, please contact: globe dot events at warwick dot ac dot uk
This event is organised by the GLOBE Centre in conjunction with the Centre for Globalisation and Regionalisation (CSGR) and the Global Governance Global Research Priority.
The event is supported by: