Our next meetings

EU in Brum Strategy Meeting, Tuesday 24 October

We will hear research findings from a University of Birmingham research project 'Marching for Europe? Pro-European Mobilisation and Brexit’s Crisis of Representation' and discuss what's next for the group.

From 6pm to 8pm in Room 118 in the Muirhead Tower. On the (first) Campus Map of the University of Birmingham, this is Building R21.

This event is for existing members only

Regular Meetings

The group usually meets on alternate Wednesdays to discuss developments and plan our activities.  We then have campaign activities at events and in centres in Birmingham, across the West Midlands and beyond.

We meet (currently) in The Station pub at 7 High Street, Kings Heath, Birmingham B14 7BB

Everyone welcome, members AND non-members

The next meetings are

  • Wednesday 1 November
  • Wednesday 15 November

Lectures, Tuesday 7 November

The following event is organised by the College of Social Sciences of the University of Birmingham.

Brexit: the road ahead

What implications will Brexit have for Birmingham, Britain and beyond? Join us for the evening as we explore, through six snappy presentations, the potential effects Brexit could have on matters such as health, migration, economy and living.

When: 7 November 2017, 18:00 - 19:15 (with networking 19:15 - 20:00)

Where: The Studio, 7 Cannon Street, Birmingham, B2 5EP

The University of Birmingham are delighted to present this event, part of the Economic and Social Research Council Festival of Social Science 2017, which will draw on world leading research and academic expertise from the University of Birmingham to shed light on the following matters:

  • The impact of Brexit on patients and the NHS (Professor Mark Exworthy)
  • Living and working in Post-Brexit Birmingham (Professor John Bryson)
  • How will Brexit affect British pensioners in Spain? (Dr Kelly Hall)
  • EU families and 'eurochildren' in Brexiting Britain (Dr Nando Sigona)
  • The impact of Brexit on regulating pharmaceuticals and clinical trials (Professor Jean McHale)
  • Economic impacts of Brexit on the UK, its Regions, its Cities and its Sectors (Professor Raquel Ortega Argiles)

Please register to attend this event by completing and submitting this form