Brexit: an academic conference

21 September 2016

Now that the UK has voted to leave the EU what will happen next? When the UK Government starts to negotiate the withdrawal process the current situation in a range of policy areas – from fisheries to human rights – is likely to change.

This conference, open to academics and parliamentary researchers, is an opportunity to build relationships and discuss the impact of Brexit on key policy areas.

Date and location

  • Thursday 10 November, 9am – 12.30pm
  • Attlee Suite, Portcullis House, Houses of Parliament

About the event

Who can attend?

Please note that the deadline for academics to apply for a place has now passed.

The conference is also open to researchers from:

  • House of Commons Library
  • House of Lords Library
  • Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST)
  • House of Commons Select Committee staff
  • House of Lords Select Committee staff
  • Inter-Parliamentary Research and Information Network (IPRIN)
  • Members’ staff


Parliamentary, Members’ and IPRIN staff should register using this conference registration form.

Please note – the breakout sessions are all now full, however staff can still register to attend the main session. 

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