Brexit Roundtable, July 13 at Kyushu University’s Hakozaki Campus

Free talk Roundtable – Brexit: its implications for Britain, Europe and Japan
 
Next Wednesday, Kyushu University’s EU Centre and the Centre for Asia-Pacific Future Studies (CAFS) will jointly convene a roundtable to discuss Britain’s recent vote to leave the European Union – and what it may mean for Britain itself, Europe and Japan.
 
The venue will be the ’21st Century Communication Plaza’ (21世紀交流プラザ) on Hakozaki Campus – the ‘multi-purpose hall’ on the first floor. (The plaza is next to the old Faculty of Engineering building, in a small park/garden.)
 
The Roundtable will run from 1730-1930, Wednesday 13 July.
 
Prof. Hachiya (former head of, currently advisor to, Kyudai’s EU Centre), Edward Vickers (Professor, Faculty of Education) and Ted Boyle (Assistant Professor, KUBS/CAFS/Faculty of Law) will begin the roundtable by briefly presenting some of our own reflections on ‘Brexit’, before opening the session up to questions and discussion.
 
All are welcome!