The second workshop took place on the 20th and the 21st of February 2017 at the Centre on Constitutional Change (CCC) in Edinburgh (United Kingdom).
First, the host Michael Keating offered a warm welcome to the participants and provided an overview of new developments within the project like the incorporation of scholars like John Etherington.
In this second workshop scholars presented advanced versions of their articles and participants and project leaders offered detailed feedback and suggestions. The informal and interdisciplinary setting gave rise to fruitful and dynamic discussions. Common themes emerged such the relevance of the concept of sovereignity and federalism in contemporary Europe.
Project leaders offered further detailed feedback to participants for the third and last workshop in Barcelona. There was an emphasis on stressing commonalities and cross-cutting themes.
Was established in August 2013 to research the UK’s changing constitutional relationships. Based at the University of Edinburgh, its fellows also include academics from the Universities of Aberdeen, Cardiff, Stirling, Strathclyde, QMUL and the National Institute of Economic and Social Research. The Centre also acts as a hub for a much wider network of scholars across the UK and beyond engaged in analysis of contemporary constitutional issues.
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