One of the ambitions of the research team is to communicate research outcomes to practitioners, civil society organisations and policy makers, among them, UK parliamentarians and civil servants. Research conducted for the project has informed the following reports of the House of Commons Exiting the EU Committee.
It also informs information about what the withdrawal agreement means for UK nationals living in the EU-27 contained in the progress of the negotiations report published by the UK government on 23rd July 2018.
Brexit Factsheet: Citizens' Rights
Information about the research—its aims and objectives, our findings so far, key dates in the project calendar—was included in a booklet produced especially for the research (see image gallery on left) and they also prepared the postcard above to raise awareness of the key issues Brexit poses for UK citizens living in the EU27.
Written evidence to the EU Justice Subcommittee (December 2017)
The project team submitted written evidence for consideration to the EU Justice Sub-Committee on the issue of citizens rights. They based their evidence on the project findings to date. The evidence was admitted to the committee on the 13th December 2017.
This website has been produced as part of the research project BrExpats: freedom of movement, citizenship and Brexit in the lives of British citizens resident in the EU27. It is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (Grant Number ES/R000875/1) through the UK in a Changing Europe Initiative.
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