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Britain’s Europe Question: Views from the UK and the Continent

On June 23, a European Union country will, for the first time, hold a referendum on whether to stay in or leave the bloc. If the UK votes to leave, this will likely have long-lasting consequences both domestically and in the other 27 EU members. What do people throughout the EU think about the UK's renegotiation process? What are the implications of the referendum for direct democracy in Europe? Join us as researchers from the University of Edinburgh and the German think tank d|part present new work on attitudes towards the referendum in the UK and six other EU member states. 

Speakers

  • Jan Eichhorn

    Chancellor's Fellow in Social Policy, School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh
  • Daniel Kenealy

    Associate Director and Lecturer at the Academy of Government, University of Edinburgh
  • Christine Hübner

    Doctoral Researcher, University of Edinburgh; Partner, d|part, Germany
  • Michelle Egan

    Global Fellow
    Professor and Jean Monnet Chair ad personam, School of International Service, American University