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...
Category: Citizens’ Rights
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.
Visit this page to download our full report, co-authored with colleagues at the Migration Policy Institute, about the steps EU27 states home to UK citizens need to do to provide them with route maps about their options for remaining legally resident post-Brexit.
In this post, Katherine and Michaela reflect on the latest report released by project team. The report is drawn up from responses to the question of the extent to which the recent agreements re: citizens’ rights had provided UK citizens living in the EU27 with reassurance about what Brexit would mean for their lives and futures.
In Episode 20 of the Brexit Brits Abroad podcast, Michaela is joined once again by EU law expert Professor Tamara Hervey to talk through the complexities of the draft withdrawal agreement and what it means in respect to the rights and entitlements of UK citizens resident in the EU27.
Read Dr Michaela Benson and Chantelle Lewis’ analysis of the Overseas Electors’ Bill 2017-2019. In this article for UK in a Changing Europe, they address what the vote for life means for British democracy and electoral representation.