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British German Forum 2016 What does the EU mean to us in Britain and Germany now? (WP1481)

British German Forum 2016  What does the EU mean to us in Britain and Germany now? (WP1481)
Date
Sunday 10 - Thursday 14 July, 2016
Venue
Wiston House

Wilton Park
Wiston House, Steyning
West Sussex
BN44 3DZ
+44 (0) 1903 815 020

For more information see Your stay at Wilton Park

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Event no.
WP1481
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Fees
Participation fees include four nights’ accommodation at Wiston House, meals and courtesy coach transfer from/to Gatwick airport. Corporate £1,950 Government £1,495 NGO/CSO £750
Event hashtags
#WPBGF

A unique opportunity to debate and network with 40 future leaders from Britain and Germany and discuss the future relationship between the two countries just two weeks after Britain has voted to leave the EU. What will the UK’s relationship with Germany and the EU be now? What kind of EU does Germany want to see in the next 10-20 years? What does it mean to be a European? As Wilton Park marks its 70th anniversary we return to our roots of British-German dialogue with our 31st Forum for younger leaders.

Highly interactive debate, including a mixture of working groups and facilitated panel discussion.

Expert speakers from government, business and NGO/CSOs.

Programme included London visit, meeting MPs at the House of Commons, lunch at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and discussions in the City of London as part of a four day residential workshop.

Video

We asked some of our forum participants to give us their view on what Europe means to the UK and Germany, now the UK has decided to leave the EU.

We asked some of the British German Forum alumni to give us their view on what the Forum means to them.

 

British German Forum – uniting young leaders

A look back at some previous BGF forums.

Contacts

Robin Hart: Programme Director

Biography and other events

Robin Hart: Programme manager

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