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POST-BREXIT LUNCHTIME EVENT (15/03/2021)

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zg-zYJqaijs

Now that the UK has formally left the European Union, individuals and businesses alike are dealing with the practical aftermath of the withdrawal.

Monday 15 March we will be hosting a live streamed lunchtime event where we will draw an inventory on where we are at currently and how we are dealing with the new reality of the post-Brexit situation. Dutch journalist and NOS correspondent for the UK & Ireland, Tim de Wit will explore the impact that the UK’s withdrawal has had on education, business and politics as well as look at what all this means for EU citizens, living in the United Kingdom.

During this 1-hour lunchtime meeting Tim will talk with the Dutch ambassador in the UK Karel van Oosterom, Hedwig Hegtermans (the 3 Million), Simone Buitendijk (vice-chancellor Leeds University) and Patrick v.d. Peet (entrepreneur). They will share their experiences and will talk about what the future might look like. Your questions are also welcome and the panel will try and answer them.

This is a FREE event and there is no need to register. The streaming link will be posted right here on on our website prior to the event and will also be shared in our newsletter and 0ur social media.Event Details:Date: 15 March 2021
Language: English
Location: onlineTime: 12.15pm – 1.15pm

CLICK HERE TO WATCH NOW: REMEMBERING WAR

Check out the recording of our 75 Years of Freedom event with journalist, broadcaster and author Robert Fox, which took place on 4 November at the Dutch Centre.

It was an engaging talk by an extremely knowledgeable war correspondent on the topic of Remembering War.

Watch it below

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POST-BREXIT LUNCHTIME EVENT

ACCESS THE LIVE STREAM

Now that the UK has formally left the European Union, individuals and businesses alike are dealing with the practical aftermath of the withdrawal.

Monday 15 March we will be hosting a live streamed lunchtime event where we will draw an inventory on where we are at currently and how we are dealing with the new reality of the post-Brexit situation. Dutch journalist and NOS correspondent for the UK & Ireland, Tim de Wit will explore the impact that the UK’s withdrawal has had on education, business and politics as well as look at what all this means for EU citizens, living in the United Kingdom.

During this 1-hour lunchtime meeting Tim will talk with the Dutch ambassador in the UK Karel van Oosterom, Hedwig Hegtermans (the 3 Million), Simone Buitendijk (vice-chancellor Leeds University) and Patrick v.d. Peet (entrepreneur). They will share their experiences and will talk about what the future might look like. Your questions are also welcome and the panel will try and answer them.

This is a FREE event and there is no need to register. The streaming link will be posted right here on on our website prior to the event and will also be shared in our newsletter and 0ur social media.

Event Details:Date: 15 March 2021
Language: English
Location: onlineTime: 12.15pm – 1.15pm

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