Conference on Catalan self-determination

A couple of months ago I attended a conference on the self-determination process in Catalunya, organized by DiploCAT and hosted by University College London.

It was well worth it, and I came away with so much infomation that I wasn't able to condense it into a blog post, even though that had been my intention at the time. Thankfully, the feeling of guilt that has nagged me since then has now been assuaged, because I've just found out that the whole thing has been put up on the web for everyone to see.

So if anyone finds themselves with a few hours to spare over the Christmas holiday, I'd recommend it. Highly. I can't think of a better, more complete picture of what has been happening and is happening there, or a better analysis of the political, diplomatic and legal issues involved ... not just for Catalunya, but also for Scotland, particularly with respect to the EU. Just click the image below:


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Anonymous said...

I've watched all the videos. High powered contributions from a range of very important people. The views of Graham Avery and David Edward on EU accession were very good much better than all the scaremongering from Project Fear and Rajoy and the EU Commission's stuck record.

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