Hot on the heels of the announcement about the European Referendum on 23 June, a series of 5 weekly lunchtime presentations will be held at Portsmouth University.
The presenter is the Eastleigh-based lawyer, Claire Bradley who will consider the ways in which the EU interacts with the lives of ordinary UK citizens. These sessions are open to all, are free , and will last around an hour. Plenty of time for individual questions and enquiries!
All presentations will take place on Wednesday lunchtimes (1 – 2 PM), commencing 24th February,with tea and biccies.
The topics covered include: consumer rights and protection; workers’ rights and employment protection; jobs, trade and travel; the environment; justice and individual rights. Dates and locations are as follows:-
24th February – The EU and the consumer Burnaby Blg BB 1.25
2nd March – The EU and workers’ rights Dennis Sciama DS 1.12
9th March – The EU and environmental protection Burnaby Blg BB 1. 25
16th March – Jobs, trade and travel in the EU Dennis Sciama DS 1.12
23rd March – Justice and rights within the EU Burnaby Blg BB 1.25
Those unable to attend should know that the plan is to film each one and make them available on the University website in the future.