In or out? Why the EU referendum matters to the South

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Southampton City Art Gallery

Civic Centre

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Southampton

SO14 7LY

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Whether you want to leave the European Union, think we should stay, or don’t know, come and join Southampton Solent University and Business South as the south debates the argument for and against the UK’s membership of the EU.

Why does the vote on 23 June 2016 matter, and what will it mean for education, business, our economy and the south?

Chaired by broadcaster and journalist Charles Rhodes, our diverse panel of experts will debate the key issues and answer your questions on Tuesday 17 May 2016 at Southampton City Art Gallery:

  • Professor Graham Baldwin, Vice-Chancellor, Southampton Solent University
  • Vivienne Stern, Director of UK Higher Education International Unit
  • Councillor Seán Woodward, Executive Leader of Fareham Borough Council and Hampshire County Councillor
  • Amanda Brockwell, Business Lawyer, Coffin Mew
  • Naomi Oiku, President, Solent Students’ Union

We want to know what you think – should Britain leave or stay in the EU? What do you think are the most important issues in the EU Referendum? What are the big questions you would like our panel to address?

As well as putting your questions to the panel, you'll also have your chance to give your opinion through a unique interactive poll.

Registration is now closed. Please contact events@solent.ac.uk for further information.

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Southampton City Art Gallery

Civic Centre

Commercial Road

Southampton

SO14 7LY

United Kingdom

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