Events

“Ask the Experts” Event on the EU Referendum

6.00pm Wednesday 18 May 2016

Yr Hen Lyfrgell, The Hayes, Cardiff

With the referendum on continued EU membership taking place on 23 June, this event will provide an opportunity to get expert answers, information and impartial analysis from a team of leading experts from across the UK. The ESRC Initiative is hosting a series of these events throughout the the UK, giving local people the chance to ask any questions they may have about the referendum.

The Cardiff event is organised in partnership with the ESRC and Cardiff University’s Wales and the EU Hub. The expert team includes economists, lawyers, and political scientists, including the head of the UK in a Changing Europe initiative Professor Anand Menon, economist Professor Angus Armstrong, regional policy expert Professor Fiona Wishlade and commercial law specialist Emyr Lewis. The event will be recorded, and previous events can be seen here.

We will be putting a selection of questions to the expert panel at the event. You can tweet questions on the hashtag #EUAsk

You can register for the event here.

Wales Governance Centre Breakfast Seminar:

Election 2016: What Happened and Why?

8.30am Tuesday 24 May 2016

Preseli Room, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay

We would like to invite you to the Wales Governance Centre at Cardiff University’s Breakfast Seminar on the 2016 National Assembly Election Results.

The seminar will take an in-depth look at the post-electoral landscape in Wales in 2016. The event will include a presentation from Professor Roger Scully who will explore the results of the election and present some of the first findings from the detailed post-election survey of voters conducted by the 2016 Welsh Election Study.

This presentation will be followed by a Question and Answer session with Professors Roger Scully, chaired by ITV Cymru-Wales journalist Catrin Haf Jones.

You can register for the event here.

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The Wales Governance Centre has a varied programme of events, such as lectures, debates, receptions and conferences. The majority are held in the Pierhead building, free of charge, and are open to the public.

If you would like to attend one of our events, please send an e-mail message in order to register to wgc@cardiff.ac.uk.