Post-Brexit Governance of the UK: Registration now open for Liverpool workshop
1 June 2023
Students and researchers can now register to attend an influential workshop on Post-Brexit Governance of the UK’s Territorial Constitution, featuring leading Welsh, UK and European academics.
The workshop will be hosted in Liverpool (and online) on 6 June 2023 with funding from the School of Law and Social Justice, University of Liverpool, and Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre.
A critical review of the UK’s internal governance arrangements has never been timelier. Brexit has given new urgency to debates about what governance means and how it should be structured under a constitution that is now increasingly defined by its territorial distribution of legislative, executive and administrative powers.
Whilst the UK and EU have reached broad – if not yet entirely complete – agreement on a new framework to govern their future relationship, the governments of the UK appear increasingly at odds on the governance of the UK’s territorial constitution – on the appropriate space for effective self-governance, or the mechanisms for shared governance.
The workshop will bring together a broad range of perspectives to reflect on the experiences of post-Brexit territorial governance.
The programme, abstracts, and registration details are available at this link.