Episode 48: From Brexit’s impacts on British citizens in the EU-27 to questions of citizenship, migration and belonging

In this episode Michaela reflects back on the Brexit Brits Abroad research project, drawing out some of its key take away messages. She talks through the different factors that shape how Brexit has been experienced by British citizens living in the EU-27: the terms and conditions on which their lives rest, their place of residence, their local and international connections and relationships, their social position, and their physical and mental health. As she explains, the case of what Brexit means for British citizens living in the EU-27 offers a lens onto the values and assumptions that underpin legal frameworks guiding migration and free movement and into broader questions about who counts as European and who is a citizen.

This episode is available to download here.

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