The Netherlands Society for International Affairs (NGIZ) and the European Movement in the Netherlands (EBN) cordially invite you to attend the high-level paneldiscussion on the UK EU Referendum.
In the wake of the recent migration crisis, the economic and financial turbulance and the violence increasing in and around Europe, the pressures on European cohesion are rapidly mounting. In a hyperconnected world, many people feel uncertainty about Europe’s future. The UK EU referendum - scheduled for June 23 this year - echoes all these concerns and more.
One thing is certain: the choice of UK citizens will affect us all.
We have therefore asked three international expert observers to enlighten us on facts and fiction in the current UK referendum debates, and the price we would pay if the UK were to leave the EU.
- With prof. Iain Begg (London School of Economics) on the financial and economic consequences of any Brexit;
- John McLellan (Director Scottish Newspaper Society, former editor of The Scotsman and member of the Infacts.org presscircle) on the current media coverage of the UK referendum and
- Isabella Schwarz (European Cultural Foundation) on the wider cultural implications of the UK leaving the EU.
If you wish to attend, please register.