The European Union: Past, Present & Future

September 12, 2017, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Knox College
59 St. George St
Toronto, ON M5S 2E6
Canada


Knox College
59 St. George St
Toronto
ON
M5S 2E6


Can the European Union survive Trump's presidency, a departing UK, a resurgent Russia and rising internal Euro-scepticism while continuing to cope with migration pressures, security threats and Euro woes? This workshop will seek to answer that question by studying the EU's history, institutions and operations, its successes and its failures. Hour 1 of workshop sessions will see a presentation on a contextual topic (e.g., the EU's key institutions), while Hour 2 will zero in an issue currently in the news. The final session will be a discussion by videoconference with a third-age learning group in the UK or Europe.

Facilitators:

Frank Nicholson, (416-488-6131) fnicholson@rogers.com, is a retired public servant and association executive who follows European affairs and has facilitated several workshops for the Academy.

Jan Roblin, (416-283-4462) janbeth1@rogers.com, is a former secondary school teacher who enjoys sharing learning experiences in Academy workshops and has travelled extensively in Europe.

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