Last November, Espol welcomed speakers from various universities and research centres across Europe to a conference about Brexit and its political implications. Brexit has already generated many debates, but much of this has been focused on the consequences for the UK.
During our conference, the focus shifted to the political consequences for other European countries, such as Ireland, Czech Republic and Belgium. The conference also explored the potential implications of Brexit on policy issues such as defence and police cooperation and EU external action. Speakers also dealt with political questions such as the different forms of Euroscepticism, and the impact of Brexit on EU citizens.
Discover the highlights of this conference through interviews made by our bachelor’s students Noémie, Tom, Margaux, Coline and our master’s student Randa : CLICK HERE