Jonathan Faull: "The UK and Europe: how we got here and where we go next”

Dear Oxonian,

The Oxford University Society of Belgium would like to invite you to its next Speaker evening, when Jonathan Faull, a former Director-General at the European Commission who until last September chaired the "Task Force for Strategic Issues related to the UK Referendum", will address us on the topic "The UK and Europe: how we got here and where we go next”.  We are delighted to announce that this event has been sponsored by Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, who are hosting it for us at their offices at Bastion Tower, Place du Champ de Mars/ Marsveldplein 5 (porte de Namur/Naamseport area).

This event will take place on Tuesday March 7th and will start with a reception with drinks and light eats from 7.00 p.m., the talk itself will start at 8.00 p.m. and be followed by a Q&A session.  Please ensure that you arrive by 7.55 p.m. to avoid disturbance during the talk.

All Oxford and Cambridge alumni are welcome, admission is free but for organisational and security reasons pre-registration is essential via this link:  https://goo.gl/forms/sIeBct5qWq5wSxB32 Please register by Friday 3rd March.  Numbers may have to be limited, so if you register and then realise you are unable to attend, or have any other questions, please contact me on oxfordsocietybelgium@gmail.com

On behalf of the Committee,

Carol de Lusignan,

Secretary, Oxford University Society of Belgium

WHEN
March 07, 2017 at 7pm - 10pm
WHERE
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Bastion Tower, Place du Champ de Mars/ Marsveldplein 5 (porte de Namur/Naamseport area)
Place du Champ de Mars 5
Brussels 1050
Belgium
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CONTACT
Carol de Lusignan ·

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  • commented 2017-02-17 19:19:23 +0100
    Many thanks, Matt. The typo has been corrected. The event will be on 7th March. Kind regards, Benjamin
  • commented 2017-02-17 16:02:50 +0100
    Can you confirm if this event will be on 3rd or 7th March? The information contradicts itself. Many thanks

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