The Brexit Endgame: Key Challenges Ahead – Perspectives from Germany, Ireland and Scotland

IIEA11th December 20181min
In this event report and overview of the current state of play in the Brexit debate, Kirsty Hughes, Director of SCER, and Andrew Gilmore, Deputy Director of Research, IIEA, look at some of the key themes and questions in this Brexit endgame as explored at the joint IIEA, SCER and KAS event on 5 October 2018.

Authors: Kirsty Hughes and Andrew Gilmore

As the Brexit endgame follows an uncertain path to an unclear end point, this timely joint event between the IIEA, the Scottish Centre on European Relations (SCER), and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) looked at the major challenges and questions ahead, with three panels of high-level German, Irish and Scottish speakers.

In this event report and overview of the current state of play in the Brexit debate, Kirsty Hughes, Director of SCER, and Andrew Gilmore, Deputy Director of Research, IIEA, look at some of the key themes and questions in this Brexit endgame as explored at the event on 5 October 2018.

This event was jointly organised by the IIEA, the Scottish Centre on European Relations, and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (UK and Ireland office). The event was supported by the Scottish Government Innovation and Investment Hub, Dublin.

The report can be accessed here.