Events

  • Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 07:00 PM · 5 rsvps

    Burns Night Supper

    Yet again Anne Jarvis is organising a Burns Night Supper at her apartment in Ixelles open to all LibDems and friends.

    So come and join LibDems in Belgium for an evening of haggis, whisky, poetry and song. Burns has plenty to say about politics - so come and add your liberal interpretation on the 261st anniversary of Burn's birth and spread the gift of letting us see ourselves as others see us.

    Clearly planning is needed, haggis needs hunting, oats need toasting - so please RSVP as soon as possible. Numbers are limited.

    As soon as you RSVP Anne will get back to you with address details and anything else you need to know or you can contact her directly at anne.jarvis@libdemsineurope.org          

     

     

     

  • Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 12:00 PM
    Friedrich Naumann Foundation in Brussels, Belgium

    The Ones Swept Along: What Brexit Means for British Nations and Overseas Territories

    This event is organised by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation

    REGISTER NOW

    Kindly register for this event by 24 January at https://forms.gle/vwwNKQQ6Rhkry4qz8 *

     

    PROGRAMME

    12.00  Registration & Lunch

    12.30  Start of the Event

    Welcome by Sir Graham Watson, Member of the European Economic and Social Committee

     

    Panel Discussion with

    Jane Dodds, Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats

    Sheila Ritchie, MEP, Leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats

    Stephen Farry, MP, Deputy Leader of the Northern Alliance Party

     

    Tbc, Government of Gibraltar

    Moderator: Sebastian Vagt, European Affairs Manager, Friedrich Naumann Foundation Europe

     

    ABOUT THE EVENT

     

    Brexit will have profound but very different consequences for individual parts of the U.K. A majority of people in Gibraltar, Northern Ireland and Scotland voted against Brexit in the 2016 referendum. Still, they will have to exit from the European Union, too. Gibraltar and Northern Ireland, both sharing land borders with the EU, will be very directly affected whereas Wales is at risk to be the region economically most impacted in the U.K.. Moreover, Brexit has already reignited debate about Scottish independence and Irish reunification. How do Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Gibraltar prepare for Brexit? Which specific challenges are they dealing with? And toward which outcome will they work in the upcoming negotiations on the future relationship between the U.K. and the EU?

     

    Join us for a multi perspective discussion on these and more questions on the eve of the UK's departure from the EU.

     

  • Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at 06:00 PM · 1 rsvp
    James Joyce in zurich, Switzerland

    LibDrinks Zurich

    Join liberals from parties across Europe for an evening of political discussions and debate.

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