Critical reflections on 'How Devolution is Changing Post-EU': Constitution, Europe, External Affairs and Citizenship Committee event at Strathclyde Law School (Mon 8 Jan 2024)

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Abstract

On Monday 8 January 2024 Strathclyde Law School hosted an event with the Constitution, Europe, External Affairs and Culture Committee of the Scottish Parliament (CEEAC) that centred on the committee's October 2023 report How Devolution is Changing Post-EU (here: How Devolution is Changing Post-EU (parliament.scot)). The event, conducted in accordance with the Chatham House Rule, encouraged a number of speakers to take the report recommendations as their starting point and to offer critical reflections that would form the basis of discussion in breakout sessions. Each of four breakout groups was chaired by a member of the committee. Participants were drawn from a wide range of professional backgrounds – politicians on a cross-party basis, Scottish Government and Scottish Parliament officials, public and private sector lawyers and academic public lawyers and political scientists In addition, PhD students from Strathclyde University, Glasgow University, Cambridge University and Queen’s University Belfast were invited to participate and to provide feedback from break out rooms to all participants in plenary sessions.
Original languageEnglish
TypeCritical Reflections
PublisherUniversity of Strathclyde
Number of pages9
Place of PublicationGlasgow
Publication statusPublished - 8 Jan 2024

Keywords

  • devolution
  • Scottish Government
  • EU withdrawal

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