Europaeum stages Oxford debates on UK-EU relations
A series of debates on the UK’s relationship with Europe were run in the run up to the Brexit referendum vote, following our two successful events last term with discussions on migration, the implications for an in-out UK referendum and a reform agenda for the EU and European Commission. The series, Oxford Debates on the place of the UK in Europe, aims to promote wider, thoughtful discussion, The series was run by a consortium of six Oxford bodies coordinated via the Europaeum. The previous debates revolved around the questions, Does the Brussels “Eurocrat” Still Matter ? with Lord (David) Hannay and many other distinguished speakers; and European Rights, Human Rights – convergence and dissonance ? with leading legal figures including Sir Stephen Sedley, Baroness Kennedy, Sir Francis Jacobs, and others on both sides of the argument.