Ian lives in Sweden and crosses the Öresund Bridge on a daily basis for his job in Denmark. As a cross-border worker what does Brexit mean for him and others like him, now and in the future?
Category: The Brexit Brits Abroad Podcast!
Our fortnightly Brexit Brits Abroad podcast raises awareness of the key issues facing Britons living elsewhere in Europe as the United Kingdom prepares to leave the European Union. It answers questions about who the British living and working in Europe are. It highlights what led to their migration. And it considers the implications of Brexit for their everyday lives. Keeping a finger on the pulse of the negotiations, the series responds to issues as they unfold, providing up-to-date information and expert advice.
It is hosted by Dr. Michaela Benson and produced by Emma Houlton at Art of Podcast.
You can subscribe to our podcast on iTunes.
In today’s podcast special, Michaela and Karen get together to reflect on (some of) the sociological takeaways from the project. And it’s a real tour de force!
In episode 54, Dr Michaela Benson discusses the rapid rise of transnational campaign groups lobbying for the rights of British citizens living in the EU26 with Prof Jeremy MacClancy.
In this episode Michaela talks over the line with Aoife O’Donoghue & Colin Murray about the special relationship between Britain and Ireland and in particular, the Common Travel Area. With Brexit fast-approaching, and continuing political uncertainty in Westminster, the race is on to get legislation in place to secure in law the protections offered by the CTA.
In this episode, Michaela is joined on the line by Christine Barwick (Centre Marc Bloch, Humboldt University) to talk about her and her students’ recent research with British citizens living in Berlin.
Returning to a familiar theme of European and Europeanness, Michaela talks with guest Hannah White. Over the past two years, Hannah has been cycling around Europe on her bike,...
In this episode Michaela is joined by Helen McCarthy to discuss how Spanish officials have been preparing for Brexit’s impacts on British retirees. We talk pensions, healthcare, taxation… and what is involved in securing the post-Brexit lives of Britons in Spain.
In this conversation with Sean Rowlands, who was born and brought up abroad, moving to London to attend university, Michaela discusses the family ties between Britain and the EU. Thinking about global migration regimes, they question what work Brexit may and may not do to disrupt the privileges of being British within hierarchies of mobility.
Michaela welcomes back Aliyyah Ahad (Migration Policy Institute Europe) to talk about her recent Policy Briefing about the issues Brexit presents for British families living in the EU-27. This...