Brexit Answers is a series of online Q&A discussions, hosted by Brexit Civil Society Alliance, to bring policy experts and civil society organisations together. This session will cover the future relationship, transition period and trade.
In these difficult and uncertain times, Brexit is quite rightly taking a back seat but, unless it changes, the UK is still set to leave the transition period at the end of 2020. What comes after is currently unknown as the future relationship between the EU and the UK is being negotiated. During this, civil society faces uncertainty about the impacts Brexit will have on their organisations and the communities it works with.
These online discussions are an opportunity to get your questions answered, better understand and prepare for the impacts of Brexit and connect with other organisations from across the UK.
Experts will join to answer questions, from a wide range of organisations including:
- The Shaw Trust
- Inclusion Scotland
- Equally Ours
- Wales Council for Voluntary Action
- AIRE Centre
- New Europeans
- Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants
- Trade Justice Movement
- Public Law Project
- Institute for Public Policy Research
If you’d like to attend a session sign up on the eventbrite website.
You can also submit a question to ask our experts in advance of the sessions.