SAIS in London
Join the 2nd edition of SAIS in London for a conversation about global issues

Wednesday, June 1st, 2016

The event is co-sponsored by SAIS and the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association

BREXITThe U.K. Goes to the Polls
Panel Discussion and Cocktails at Drapers' Hall
Throgmorton St, London EC2N 2DQ, UK
19:00 to 22:00

Vali Nasr, Dean of SAIS, and Michael G. Plummer, Director of SAIS Europe, cordially invite you to a panel debate initiated and supported by the London SAIS Alumni Club.

18:30Doors open
Participants are required to arrive by 18:45. The event will start promptly at 19:00.
19:00 Opening remarks by:
SAIS Dean Vali Nasr and SAIS Europe Director and ENI Professor of International Economics Michael G. Plummer
19:15Panel discussion with:
moderated by Mr. Adam Boulton SAIS '82, SKY News Editor
Mr. Hugo Dixon, Political Journalist
Catherine Fieschi, Ph.D, Director of Counterpoint UK
Rt. Hon Gisela Stuart MP, Chair of the Vote Leave Brexit Campaign Group

Tickets cost £25 per person, will not be sold at the door, and are not refundable.

All JHU alumni and guests are welcome to attend. Space is limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Registration Closed!

Thank you for your interest in SAIS in London. The event is now sold out. For more information please contact Francesca Torchi.
About the SAIS Program

Since 1943, the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) has been recognized as a leader in the study and practice of international affairs. Established in Washington, DC, today the school's global reach includes locations in Bologna, Italy and Nanjing, China, as well as strategic partnerships with leading academic institutions around the world.

From armed conflict to climate change and financial crises, today's global challenges illustrate the demand for a multifaceted understanding of international relations. By combining the academic depth of a graduate school with the practical policy focus of a professional school, Johns Hopkins SAIS produces innovative problem-solvers with the academic, economic, and cultural expertise required to successfully address today's global challenges.

The global alumni network at Johns Hopkins University totals more than 190,000 accomplished individuals and includes nearly 18,000 Johns Hopkins SAIS graduates working in dynamic roles around the world.
Learn More about Tax-Efficient Giving to SAIS

For UK and dual US/UK tax payers donate online here and check the online giving instructions.

For all other donors, click here.

For more information contact us via email.