You can read our chair’s Emmy van Deurzen’s speech at the rally of the Last Mile Lobby of Parliament here
In our ongoing series of articles about the impact of BREXIT on various sectors, the latest instalment is about the challenges BREXIT brings for musicians.
You can read all about it here
A while ago, we published an article about Brexit and aviation. We are back today with a look at the impact Brexit has on the Maritime industry.
And it doesn’t look particularly encouraging either.
Launch of Pan European Citizens Solidarity project (PECS) together with Werner Trapmann and Julien Fouchet in London.
You can find the press release here.
After the short version of this article published on this web site recently, here is the in depth version of what Brexit means for the aviation industry in detail.
Interested in an expert view on how Brexit will affect Aviation? Be sure to check out our exclusive short summary on the legal repercussions of Brexit on Aviation in the UK: BREXIT and AVIATION (The Short Version!)
The latest Eurobarometer survey, published one year ahead of the European elections in May 2019, shows a continuous increase in citizens’ support for the European Union. Over two-thirds of respondents (67%) are convinced that their country benefits from being a member of the EU. This is the highest score ever measured since 1983. Also for the first time, a majority of respondents (48%) believes their voice counts in the EU.
People are often asking what kind of impact Brexit has on the mental health of the people who didn’t vote for Leave, but rather want to stay in the EU.
That research has now been done by our chair Prof Emmy van Deurzen and Dr Helen De Cruz.
You can read the results here