ManReg: The Manchester Centre for Regulation, Governance and Public Law is hosting a free one-day seminar examining the regulatory implications of Brexit for individual citizens across numerous social spheres.
Following the triggering of Article 50, this interdisciplinary seminar will explore the regulatory protections and social and economic rights needed after Brexit by UK citizens and other residents.
Over 20 expert speakers will consider how Brexit will affect those most dependent on law-based social protections, as well as the regulatory role of human rights and international standards in ensuring that such protections are preserved. The discussion topics will be:
Social security and welfare
Investment and procurement
Communications, media and sports services
Labour market/mobility and workers’ rights
Implications for the regulation of financial markets and financial misconduct
Family law and cross-border litigation
Research science, technology and health
Women and equalities
Environment, energy and consumers
Brexit – the politics debate
Register to attend, and download a flyer to share with colleagues, and a programme of the event from the "further reading" section on the right.