Jean Monnet Public Lecture - Pat Cox: The EU after Brexit

Jean Monnet Public Lecture - Pat Cox: The EU after Brexit

Join the ANU Centre for European Studies and the Embassy of Ireland for a public lecture with Pat Cox, former European Parliament President. Mr Cox will share his views on Brexit and what the future holds for the EU and Ireland in particular. The address will provide interesting perspectives on the UK withdrawal, the EU after Brexit and the importance of the EU-Australia relationship.

Pat Cox served three terms in the European Parliament, and was President of the Parliament from 2002 to 2004. Cox was the first Irishman to lead a political party in the European Parliament and consistently advocated for unity and cooperation amongst members. 

Prior to entering the European Parliament, he served in Ireland’s national parliament and worked in academia and the media. He is currently President of the Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe.

Find the recording of the lecture here

Date & time

Wed 13 Nov 2019, 2–3pm


Nye Hughes Room, ANU Centre for European Studies


Mr Pat Cox


02 6125 9896


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