Post Brexit, Does Devon need an International Vision?

10 May 2018
09:15 – 13:45
Streatham Court A, University of Exeter Business School, Exeter, EX4 4QD

The British Foreign Policy Group is co-hosting the event, "Post Brexit, Does Devon need an International Vision" in association with the Strategy and Security Institute at the University of Exeter on Friday 10th May from 9.30.

This event is part of the BFPG’s National Engagement Programme, a nationwide series of events which aim to generate greater public discussion about the UK’s international position and choices.

This event will bring expert panels of speakers from across the UK and the region together with a diverse audience to address particular issues around Brexit and Devon’s international prosperity, influence, and security and why/how that affects us in the UK.


Confirmed speakers:

Sir Steve Smith, Vice Chancellor, University of Exeter

Rt Hon Sir Hugo Swire, MP for East Devon, Former Minister of State for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Romilly Greenhill, UK Director, The ONE Campaign

Edward Hobart, Director of Estates and Security, The Foreign & Commonwealth Office

Myles Wickstead CBE, Former Diplomat, Honorary and Visiting Professor, Non-Executive Director at Development Initiatives

Linda Middleton- Jones, Director, Devon Chamber of Commerce

Alistair Handyside, Chair, SW Tourism Alliance

Imy Kirwan, BFPG Student Ambassador

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