Middlesex University works closely with local, London and national decision makers to influence policy making. Since the EU referendum result in 2016, the University has worked to shape the terms of the UK’s exit from the EU.
It has shared its views and evidence on the impact of Brexit with the Government’s Migration Advisory Committee, Parliament, the Higher Education Commission, the Greater London Authority and Barnet Council.
It has also worked closely with member organisations such as Universities UK, the Confederation of British Industry, Million Plus, London Higher and London First to support their Brexit influencing activity.
Key policy priorities are:
The University continues to work to understand and mitigate the risks to Middlesex as the discussions on our withdrawal and future relationship with the EU continue.
With the help of Post-its, Senior Lecturer in EU law and Sticky Tricky Law founder, Dr Joelle Grogan and her colleague Georgia Price, Department and Programme Administrator in the School of Law, where we're at with Brexit in a 2 minute video.Sticky Tricky Law is a legal education project which aims to make complex legal concepts as accessible as possible. Follow them on Twitter.
What Next for the UK in 10 questions, by Laurent Pech, Jean Monnet Chair of EU Public Law and Head of the Law and Politics Department at Middlesex University
Migration and Freedom Mobility, Citizenship and Exclusion by Brad K. Blitz, Professor of International Politics and Deputy Dean, School of Law, Middlesex University, UK and Senior Fellow, Global Migration Centre, The Graduate Institute, Geneva, Switzerland
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