WEBINARs: details & sign up
The Alliance is hosting a series of webinars with guest speakers to inform, engage and listen to the concerns of civil society about the EU (Withdrawal) Bill. The webinars will cover various issues, ranging from devolution, protection of rights to delegated legislation and constitutional issues. All you need is a phone line, computer or laptop to participate in our conversations from the comfort of your work desk or even your arm chair. Click here for webinar instructions. More slots will become available soon. Sign up and see more details below.
introductory webinar with welsh civil society
Tuesday 20th February, 13.00-14.00
We are kicking off our first webinar with introductory remarks from the Repeal Bill Alliance Team, discussing how we have worked with civil society to improve the bill and our next steps. Gethin Rhys, policy officer at Churches Together Wales will also be joining us, giving his observations on the EU Withdrawal Bill and the impacts on Welsh civil society and Churches Together.
INTRODUCTORY WEBINAR WITH THE ALLIANCE- update on the latest from the house of lords and likely amendments to the bill
Monday 26th February, 13.00-14.00
brexit and wales- implications for devolution
Wednesday 28th February, 13.00-14.00
We'll be discussing our work with Welsh civil society and Owen Davies from Constitutional Affairs and Inter-Governmental Relations (CAIGR) will also be joining us.
LEGAL AND CONSTITUTIONAL ISSUES WITH THE WITHDRAWAL BILL
Wednesday 7th March, 13.00-14.00
Sweeleng Harris from the Legal Education Foundation will be joining us to discuss the legal and constitutional issues with the bill.
Environment issues and the eu withdrawal Bill
Monday 12th March, 17.00-18.00
Together with guest speaker Tom West from Client Earth, we'll be discussing environmental issues with the EU Withdrawal Bill.
hENRY VIII POWERS AND DELEGATED LEGISLATION
Wednesday 14th March, 13.00-14.00
Ruth Fox from the Hansard Society will be discussing the constitutional issues with the bill, particularly the Henry VIII powers, scrutiny and delegated legislation