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Nationhood for Scotland and Catalonia: Threat or Opportunity for the EU?

When Jun 30, 2015
from 01:30 PM to 06:45 PM
Where S1 Alison Richard Building
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This colloquium will explore whether the rise of demands for self-determination in Scotland and Catalonia unravels or in fact reinforces the trend towards greater European political integration by examining:

  • The key reasons that have prompted the shift from devolution to secession in both Scotland and Catalonia
  • The novel political structures and new social attachments that may emerge as a response to demands for self-determination
  • The novel instruments and actors leading political mobilisation and social change
  • The international consequences of secessionism in EU

This event will be videoed and made available online at: https://youtu.be/zT0yHEzacSc  

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