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Brexit Observatory: Assessing the Impact of the Brexit Vote

Are you involved in research, innovation or further/higher education?
Are/were you based in Scotland or do/did you plan to come to Scotland?
Have you /your work been affected by the Brexit vote?
 
The Young Academy of Scotland and the Royal Society of Edinburgh want to hear from you as they collect case studies towards their project, The Brexit Observatory. We have created a short survey to assist us in assessing the impact that Brexit has had on those in Scotland. If you would like to contribute a case study, please follow this link.
 
We have already made some preliminary findings from these case studies, you can read these and some of the case studies here.
 
Additionally, to read out Brexit Impact Report please follow this link.
 
Brexit Obs quote
An example of one of the case study excerpts.
 
If you have any questions about this project, please contact info@youngacademyofscotland.org.uk

 

Any data collected from these case studies may be published in anonymised form in future reports (unless otherwise indicated.) Data collected will be protected under the RSE's current privacy and data policies which can be found here on the RSE's website.
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Brexit: The Impact on Scotland
 

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