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Britain after Brexit: How to redesign the UK's role in sustainable development

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After months of negotiation on a Brexit deal, it is still unclear how things will work in the long-term in terms of national and international development. It is impossible to know the future, and to have any perfect solutions. But it is not impossible to use logical deduction and socio-systems level understanding to analyse how we can redesign the UK’s role to promote sustainable development in the post-Brexit world.

As a part of the Resilience and Sustainable Development Programme (RSDP) lecture series, we bring in the following experts from academic, political and development background to discuss, debate and deliberate on how to redesign the UK’s role in sustainable development:

Speakers: Prof Steve Evans, University of Cambridge Mr Richard Meredith, Larry Ellison Foundation Ms Lucy Salek, Parliamentary Candidate (Liberal Democrat) Mr Daniel Zeichner MP (Labour) *Session Chair: Rt. Honourable Andrew Mitchell MP (Conservative)

There will be reception drinks and networking after the seminar.

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This talk is part of the Sinews of Sustainable Development Distinguished Speakers Series series.

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