Brexit Talk

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by Prof. Christophe Crombez

Saturday March 9, 2019 at 5 pm At La Trappe Restaurant

Belgium is in the top 4 EU countries most likely to be affected by Brexit.

Brexit will involve not only British people, but all European nations. This presentation will go in detail on the status of Brexit and what it means for Belgium. The EU has been strongly changing in the past half century. Now, with Brexit, what is going to happen?
And how will Belgium be affected?

About the speaker:

Mr. Christophe Crombez is Professor of Political Economy at the Faculty of Economics and Business​ at KU Leuven and a political economist who specializes in European Union (EU) politics and business-government relations in Europe. His research at Stanford University focuses on EU institutions and their impact on policies, EU institutional reform, lobbying, party politics, and parliamentary government.

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Register early due to limited seating. Having this event at La Trappe will allow you to purchase drinks prior to the start of the presentation, and enjoy a good Belgian meal after.

Date: Saturday March 9, 2019 - Doors will open at 4:30 pm; the presentation will start at 5 pm.

Location: La Trappe Restaurant, 800 Greenwich Street, San Francisco CA, 94133

Cost for the presentation is $10 per person for BCNC members; $20 pp for non-members.

Drinks and food are no-host.


- Online at and use Paypal or credit card.
- By mail: send your registration with payment check made payable to BCNC to:

Pierre Smit, 140 Greenwood Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94112 For questions: Email Pierre Smit (, or call 415-939-2410.

Deadline: Register by March 2.

March 9th, 2019 5:00 PM   through   8:00 PM
La Trappe
800 Greenwich Street
San Francisco, CA
United States
Member $ 10.00
Non-member $ 20.00
Event Info
Date March 9, 2019

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