Conferenza "The Impact of the 2016 Referendum on UK Membership of the EU", Newcastle, 16 Settembre 2016
On Thursday June 23rd June voters in the United Kingdom will make a decision that could have profound implications for British politics, governance and society - whether the United Kingdom should remain in or leave the European Union. Addressing this historic event, the Governance and Political Organisations cluster at Newcastle University with the support of Newcastle Law School and the Jean Monnet Centre organized a one day, multi-disciplinary conference will bring together academics, politicians and journalists to discuss and reflect upon the referendum campaign and its outcome. It will aim to identify the impact of the referendum on British politics and what this means for the future of the United Kingdom and the European Union.
Abstracts are invited but not limited to the following topics:
- The EU referendum campaign
- Political parties and pressure groups
- Media and communications
- Euroscepticism and pro-Europeanism
- Electoral behaviour and public opinion
- Governance and political institutions
- Public policy and law
Proposals should include an abstract of no more than 300 words and be submitted alongside the speaker's name, institution and contact details. Proposals are welcome from established academics, early-career researchers and PhD students. Registration form here.
The deadline for abstract submissions is: Friday 29th July 2016
This conference will take place on 16th September in Newcastle.