The Constitution Unit


Unit announces special seminar series on the UK's continued membership of the European Union

8 March 2016


The Constitution Unit in partnership with UCL European Institute announces a special series of seminars to be held in the run-up to the referendum on the UK's continued membership of the European Union. 

The seminars, which are generously supported by the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) through its UK in a Changing Europe project, will gather senior academics and practitioners to examine the constitutional consequences that Brexit would have for the UK, for the EU, and for other EU member states.

They will culminate in a major debate a week before polling day, when audience members will have the opportunity to put their questions to representatives of both campaigns and to academic experts.

Seminars take place on Thursdays from 6 to 7.30pm in Anatomy G29 J Z Young LT at UCL and the final debate will be held in Logan Hall, Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way

Read more about the series and the project on the UK and Europe webpage

More information on each event can be found below: 

21 April

Brexit: Its Consequences for Whitehall & Westminster

5 May

Brexit: Its Consequences for the EU's Political System

19 May

Brexit: Its Consequences for Devolution & the Union

2 June

Brexit: Its Consequences for Other Member States

16 June

The UCL EU Referendum Debate: To Remain or To Leave?