About Civil Society Brexit Project
The Civil Society Brexit Project is a collaboration between the Scottish Universities Legal Network on Europe (SULNE) and the Human Rights Consortium Scotland, and funded by the Legal Education Foundation.
Over the next two years, we will give information, insight and independent advice to make sure that organisations in Scotland are able to influence Brexit as much as possible. The Project will also help organisations to prepare for Brexit consequences for themselves or their service users.
Watch ‘Introducing the Civil Society Brexit Project’ here:
The Project is designed around what civil society organisations want to know. Please give us your suggestions here.
SULNE was formed following the UK’s EU referendum to bring together academics from all Scottish Law Schools to provide a one-stop shop for legal advice, opinion and education for all stakeholders who are engaged in difficult policy choices concerning Brexit. With membership from Universities across Scotland, SULNE is led by a team from the Universities of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Strathclyde. Find out more about SULNE here: https://sulne.ac.uk/
The Human Rights Consortium is a network of civil society organisations working together to promote and protect a human rights-based society in Scotland. Individual supporters can also join the Consortium. To find out more or to sign up for free membership, see https://hrcscotland.org/