Successful ESRC grant proposal on Brexit negotiations

Maastricht University is a partner institution in a successful ESRC grant proposal on ’28+ perspectives on Brexit: a guide to the multi-stakeholder negotiations’, led by professor Helen Drake and her team at Loughborough University. They are joined by the University of London Institute in Paris, the Centre for Political and Diplomatic Studies in London and Maastricht University represented by Karolina Pomorska and Heidi Maurer.

The project is led by professor Helen Drake and her team at Loughborough University and runs from 1 April 2017 until 30 September 2018. There are three partner organisations: the University of London Institute in Paris, the Centre for Political and Diplomatic Studies in London/Oxford and FASoS represented by Karolina Pomorska and Heidi Maurer. The project aims to analyse the significance of national electoral contests in 2017-2018 in selected EU member states for the setting of ‘red lines’ towards Brexit. It will also study the extent to which emerging normative views on the need of an united front towards the UK decision to leave the European Union (as already expressed by Commission President, EU leading negotiators and some national governments) will shape the position of the EU27+ (Member States and EU institutions). Anyone interested in the topic is encouraged to get in touch with Karolina and/or Heidi.

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