Join academics, legal professionals and campaigners at this roundtable discussion on securing citizens’ rights after Brexit. 12th Feb 2019, 18:00-20:30, The RSA, London.
Category: Citizens’ Rights
By Dr Michaela Benson. Goldsmiths, University of London The phrase “Brits abroad” often conjures up images of retirees enjoying the sun. But the reality is far more complex and...
In this podcast Michaela Benson discusses the implications of Brexit for disabled EEA migrants and carers with Dieuwertje Dyi Huijg, Yraegael Alexis and Christiane Link, chair of Disire (disire.org).
With the UK experiencing its deepest constitutional crisis of modern times, and amidst the drama coming from Westminster in the last couple of weeks, few will have noticed the DExEU’s policy paper on citizens’ rights published on December 6th. But it is precisely these citizens (EU citizens in the UK, and UK citizens in the EU) who stand to be affected the most – their lives in some cases shattered – as a result of the political chaos Brexit has brought upon this country.
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...
Please note: this factsheet was prepared in September 2017, before the initial draft of the citizens’ rights negotiations and the publication of the draft withdrawal agreement. Dr Michaela Benson...
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In the final installment of the Brexit Brits Abroad three-part podcast series recorded at the event From Mobile Citizens to Migrants, the panel locate questions of citizenship, identity and belonging brought to the fore by Brexit within longer genealogies of who is a citizen.
In the second instalment recorded at our event From Mobile Citizens to Migrants, the panel consider previous transformations in the rights of non-citizen populations, and how these might inform our understandings about the transformation of citizens’ rights through Brexit.