The Wales Centre for International Affairs and Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre tonight host a joint event, ‘Wales in a Post-Brexit World’.
This discussion event is ideal for students, researchers and interested members of the general public, and will contribute to the debate about Wales’ future in the world as we approach the current date for Brexit. We will hear from academic speakers who will look at the options for Wales to engage with the world, and how the Brexit process will present challenges and opportunities for our future international relations.
It is crucial that Wales has a strong EU and international presence post – Brexit. It will be vital for trade, investment, tourism and ultimately jobs. We need to answer the young people of Wales and the world in their call for climate action and to respect the commitment to human rights, justice and peace.
Welsh Centre for International Affairs and Wales Governance Centre will welcome Elenud Morgan AM, Minister for International Relations and Welsh Language and a panel of distinguished guests to a meeting at the Temple of Peace today (Wednesday 27th March). The event will aim to go beyond what will happen in the next 2 weeks to look at the opportunities for Wales as small nation within a state. What chances are there for Wales to continue to benefit from international links? What could shape the future of Wales? How can Wales continue to have an influence internationally as a force for a fairer more peaceful world?
- Chair: Susie Ventris Field CEO WCIA
- Opening Remarks: Sir Emyr Jones- Parry
- Closing Remarks: Elenud Morgan AM
- Dr Christopher Huggins – University of Suffolk
- Dr Rachel Minto: Cardiff University Wales Governance Centre
- Prof Kevin Morgan, Cardiff University
- Dr Elin Royles, Aberystwyth University.
To register for this event – click here