SFA attends third All-Island Civic Dialogue on Brexit

The SFA attended the third plenary meeting of the All-Island Civic Dialogue on Brexit, hosted by An Taoiseach, Leo Varadakar TD and Minister for Foreign Affairs & Trade, Simon Coveney TD on 27 September in the Royal Hospital Kilmainhaim, Dublin.

The All-Island Civic Dialogue is organised to have the widest possible conversation about the implications of the UK’s vote to leave the European Union. Since the launch of the All-Island Civic Dialogue in November 2016, views have been heard from over 1,500 civic society and industry representatives from across the island about the challenges presented by the UK exit from the EU.

The third plenary session provided the participants with an update on the ongoing EU-UK negotiations, including the all-island aspects, and considered how both businesses and communities can prepare for Brexit. It also provided an opportunity to update the public on the government’s work that has taken place over the last few months.

If you have a query regarding Brexit please contact SFA Director, Sven Spollen-Behrens at sven@sfa.ie or on 01 605 1602. 

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