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Annual Cambridge YouGov Forum: Populism, trade and the post-Brexit order

When Nov 17, 2016 05:00 PM to
Nov 18, 2016 03:30 PM
Where SG1 Alison Richard Building
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Please join us for the annual Forum of the YouGov Centre at Cambridge, looking this year at ‘Populism, trade and the post-Brexit order'. The event happens over two days: on the afternoon of Thursday 17th November at Corpus Christi College and all day Friday 18th November at the Cambridge Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS). Highlights include:

Part 1: The Brexit challenge to globalisation - remarks by Chuka Umunna MP and Diane James MEP/UKIP, followed by a panel discussion on ‘Britain, China and global trade’, chaired by Andrew Rawnsley (Observer) with Dr Linda Yueh (Economics Fellow, Oxford University), Dr Kun-Chin Lin (Lecturer, POLIS) and others.
[Thurs 17 Nov, 17.00-19.30 @ McCrum Lecture Theatre, Bene’t Street, CB2 3QN]

Parts 2 & 3: Populism and geopolitics – YouGov briefings and panels on ‘populism versus parties in British politics’ (10.30-12.15) and a guest panel by the Cambridge Forum on Geopolitics on ‘Britain and the rest of Europe after June 2016 (14.00-15.30). Speakers include Bronwen Maddox (Director, Institute for Government), Paul Mason (writer/broadcaster), General Sir Peter Wall and others.

[Fri 18 Nov, 10.30-15.30 @ POLIS, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Rd, CB3 9DT]


Buffet breakfast and lunch will be provided on Friday 18th November, with registration from 09.30, opening remarks at 10.30, lunch at 12.15 and closing drinks at 15.30. Attendance at the Forum is by registration only. Space may be limited and seats will be available on a first come-first served basis. (See full programme)

To register attendance, please complete the mini registration form by clicking here and selecting which sessions you wish to attend

Kind regards,
the YouGov-Cambridge team

 

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