17 November 2021
Venue: ULIP 9-11 rue de Constantine Paris
To discuss these topics, the NEXTEUK project will organise on 17 November at 17.30 (CEST, Paris Time) a lecture with three experts: Georgina Wright, Head of the Europe Program at the Institut Montaigne; Jon Henley, Europe Correspondent for The Guardian; and Pierre Haroche, Research Fellow in European Security at the Institute for Strategic Research. Sarah Wolff will chair the lecture.
Jon Henley is currently the Guardian's Europe correspondent based in Paris, having previously worked as a Brexit specialist producing the Guardian's weekly Brexit briefing newsletter and hosting its regular Brexit podcast; as a senior feature writer in London; and as a foreign correspondent in several EU member states, including a decade as France bureau chief. He has reported for the paper from more than 40 countries. Jon's work has been shortlisted for numerous national and international awards. He is a frequent commenter for French radio and television.
Pierre Haroche is Research Fellow in European Security at the Institute for Strategic Research (IRSEM, Paris). He is a graduate of the École Normale Supérieure (Paris) and received his PhD in Political Science from Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University. His research focuses on the theory of European integration, European defence cooperation and the evolution of the European institutions. Before joining IRSEM, he taught at King's College London and Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University. He has published in particular in the Journal of European Public Policy and European Security.
Sarah Wolff is the director of the Center for European Research at Queen Mary University of London. Director of the MA in International Relations at ULIP in Paris; she is principal investigator for the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence NEXTEUK project on the future of EU-UK Relations and senior research associate at the Netherlands Institute of International Relations (Clingendael). She is the author of Secular Power Europe and Islam: Identity and Foreign Policy (2021) and The Mediterranean Dimension of the European Union's Internal Security (2012).