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European Professionals Series talk - Brussels revisited: Public affairs in a radically changing political reality

When Nov 07, 2014
from 03:00 PM to 04:30 PM
Where Alison Richard Building (ARB), 7 West Road, 1st floor, room 138
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The European Centre at the Department of Politics and International Studies is delighted to announce a new regular event: the European Professionals Series. This series is meant to facilitate interaction and debate between European Affairs academic and professional circles based in and outside Cambridge. There will be five talks during Michaelmas, given by well-established professionals and officials working on European Affairs.

Julia Harrison, Senior Managing Director, FTI Strategic Communications, Brussels

Topic: Brussels revisited: Public affairs in a radically changing political reality

Date and time: 7 November, 3-4.30 pm

Location: Alison Richard Building (ARB), 7 West Road, 1st floor, room 138

Followed by drinks in the ARB, 1st floor Green Sofas Area, at 4.30pm.

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