Brexit, Borders and Beyond: Marxism as a Guide in Turbulent Times (watch back)

Last night, the very room in The MAC which hosted the launch of NI21 six years ago to the day, was the venue for a panel discussion on Brexit, Borders and Beyond: Marxism as a Guide in Turbulent Times.

The well-attended event was organised by Ulster University’s School of Applied Social and Policy Sciences at Ulster University in association with Reclaim the Agenda and Slugger O’Toole.

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Panellists delivered 20-minute talks followed by a time of Q&A.

UU’s Professor Kristian Lasslett from the School of Applied Social and Policy Sciences chaired the event and opened the session with his own reflection on his adolescent discovery of Marx.

(Filmed by Alan Meban)

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