Events

Prague House, Avenue Palmerston 16
Brussels
Speakers:
Martina Dlabajová
Lucie Čadilová
Dita Charanzová
Michael Emerson
Sebastian Vagt
Jan Macháček
Moderates:
Daniel Kaddik

European Liberal Forum and the Institute for Politics and Society in cooperation with the Prague House in Brussels invite you to the roundtable discussion on Opportunities for Europe after Brexit.

Brexit becomes a reality and will affect all the member states. As the EU has never experienced leaving of one of its member states, there are several questions on which almost nobody has an answer with 100 % certainty. The political and economic impacts will certainly be quite noticeable, and expectations of all the actors, such as politicians, companies or citizens are enormous. Also, there is still an option that marriage between the EU and the UK could be over with hard Brexit or no-deal Brexit. Everybody hopes that this new phenomenon will not change our lives as radically as some experts predict.

 

Program:

19:00-19:10 Welcome by

Martina Dlabajová, Vice-President, European Liberal Forum; Member of the European Parliament (ANO/ALDE)

Lucie Čadilová, Director, Delegation of Prague to the EU

19:10-21:00 Discussion

Confirmed speakers:

Dita Charanzová, Member of the European Parliament (ANO/ALDE)

Michael Emerson, Associate Senior Research Fellow, Centre for European Policy Studies

Sebastian Vagt, UK Country Manager, Friedrich-Naumann-Foundation for Freedom

Jan Macháček, Chairman of the Board, Institute for Politics and Society

Moderated by Daniel Kaddik, Executive Director, European Liberal Forum.

The roundtable discussion will be held on 2nd April 2019, 19:00 – 21:00 in Prague House, Avenue Palmerston 16, Brussels, Belgium. 

This event will be held in English without the provision of interpreting services.

If you are interested to attend, please contact: praguehouse@praha.eu

 

 

This is a roundtable discussion organized by the European Liberal Forum (ELF) with the assistance of the Institute for Politics and Society and co-funded by the European Parliament. The European Parliament is not responsible for the content of the program, or for any use that may be made of it. These views do not necessarily reflect those of the European Parliament and / or the European Liberal Forum.