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EU Referendum - in or out?

Public Lecture Series

In the lead up to the EU referendum, the University of Bradford will host a series of public lectures and webinars - on city campus and online - which will look beyond the headlines and examine some of the key political issues affecting Bradford, the UK and beyond. 

Lecture: The economics of Britain and the EU (watch the recording)

Lecture: The economics of Britain and the EU (watch the recording)

Published: Wed 4 May 2016

What are the economic arguments for and against EU membership? What are the implications of the renegotiated terms of membership? What alternatives are there if Britain left the EU? What trade relationships could the UK forge outside the EU?

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Webinar: Brexit? Foreign and Security Policy Implications (watch the recording)

Webinar: Brexit? Foreign and Security Policy Implications (watch the recording)

Published: Mon 16 May 2016

This Webinar examines the security issues raised by the possibility that the UK will leave the EU. This lecture is part of a series of lectures and webinars which look beyond the headlines and examine some of the key political issues affecting Bradford, the UK and beyond.

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Lecture: EU, sustainable societies and social equality (watch the recording)

Lecture: EU, sustainable societies and social equality (watch the recording)

Published: Mon 23 May 2016

What has the EU ever done for us? This lecture considers the social and political aspects of Brexit with specific reference to social policy agendas, such as employment rights and gender equality.

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Lecture: How TV news shapes the agenda [CANCELLED]

Lecture: How TV news shapes the agenda [CANCELLED]

Date and time: Tue 7 Jun 2016, 18:00 - 19:30

This lecture will focus on TV news, its authority and impartiality, and its potential to have a much greater influence in changing voter's minds and creating a cultural consensus, than other media such as the press.

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