Charlie Dannreuther is Lecturer in European Political Economy at the University of Leeds, and a member of SeaSure, a wild swimming organisation based in Brighton advocating for bathing rights and open swimming. With extensive, research teaching and project management experience in UK EU relations I work at the interface between UK and EU politics with a special focus on SME policy in its various forms. To that end I have given evidence on SME policy to the UK's Cabinet Office and BIS and the EU's Economic and Social Committee and offered training to a wide range of international and national government organisations across Europe since 1999. These have included leading award winning projects for the FCO in Turkey and Bosnia and an EU wide research programme on the financial crisis its causes and consequences.
Since the referendum I continue to focus on supporting students offer evidence to the House of Lords EU Select Committee. I am also running a series of workshops and events for academics and the general public on the implications of BREXIT to the UK and the EU. These activities are supported by international networks including as a General Secretary of the European Association of Evolutionary Political Economy.
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