Friday | 30 Oct 2020
CEPS Project

The future of EU-UK long term partnership

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In March 2017, the United Kingdom invoked Article 50 of the Treaty on the European Union, effectively starting the process of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. This has raised the need to explore how the UK can continue its partnership with the EU institutions and EU Member States, in order to preserve mutual benefits of 40 years of close cooperation. In this Lunchtime Policy Dialogue Series, co-organised by CEPS and the British Council, the challenges such a change entails, the obstacles to maintain a fruitful cooperation and, more importantly, how to maintain an effective EU-UK partnership will be discussed. The Lunchtime Policy Dialogues will focus on three areas of collaboration: Science and Research, Education, and External Aid.

Ngo Chun Luk

Researcher

+32 (0)2 229 39 89

Miriam Mir Canet

Project Coordinator

+49 (0)151 41 44 66 52

Cinzia Alcidi

Co-Director of Research, Senior Research Fellow and Head of Economic Policy Unit

+32 (0)2 229 39 58

Steven Blockmans

Co-Director of Research

+32 (0)2 229 39 25

Sergio Carrera

Senior Research Fellow and Head of Justice and Home Affairs Unit

+32 (0)2 229 39 26
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Lunch Time Meeting is over

The Future of EU-UK Partnerships

Institutional Affairs

When
Tuesday
Where
CEPS Conference Room
Place du Congrès 1 - 1000 Brussels

This event is free of charge.

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Lunch Time Meeting is over

The Future of the EU-UK Partnership

Institutional Affairs

When
Wednesday
Where
CEPS Conference Room
Place du Congrès 1 - 1000 Brussels

Participation in this event is exceptionally free of charge. A sandwich lunch will be served from 12.30 onwards.

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Lunch Time Meeting is over

External aid between the EU and the UK

Foreign affairs and security policy,Institutional Affairs

When
Thursday
Where
CEPS Conference Room
Place du Congrès 1 - 1000 Brussels

Participation in this event is exceptionally free of charge. A sandwich lunch will be served from 12.30 onward.