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Brexit fall out - the citizen's perspective

The economic and social impact of Brexit on citizens

Registration and coffee from 2pm

 

2.45 pm

OPENING PRESENTATION

Professor Dimitris Ballas

The social and economic landscape of Europe in 2019

3 pm

PANEL 1  

 The economic impact of Brexit

 

Is there a Brexit brain drain?

Where are the skills gaps of the future and how will they be filled?

Will ending free movement lead to increases in real wages and productivity?

 

Chair

Brendan Donnelly, 

Director,The Federal Trust

 

Speakers

Dr Heather Rolfe

Associate research director, National Institute for Economic and Social Research


Sue Ferns 

Deputy Secretary General, PROSPECT

 

Tim Thomas

Director of Employment and Skills, EEF

 

Lennard van Otterloo

Brexit columnist in Dutch entrepreneur magazine De Ondernemer

 

4.15pm


COFFEE BREAK

 

4.30pm

PANEL 2     

 The social impact of Brexit

 

Who is leaving the UK, why are they leaving and what challenges do they face?

What has freedom of movement ever done to help the British?

How will the health and social care sector be impacted by Brexit?

 


Chair

Jackie Minor

Former Head, UK Representation of the European Commission

Speakers

Professor Louise Ryan

Co-director, Migration Research Group, University of Sheffield


Dr Majella Kilkey

Reader on Social Policy, University of Sheffield

 

Dr Michaela Benson

Reader in Sociology, Goldsmiths, University of London

 

Joan Pons Laplana 

Clincial Fellow, NHS Digital

 

6pm 

RECEPTION

7pm

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