‘This is our home’ – such a simple statement, but one that the EU referendum and Brexit has made a bone of contention for many: those who do not see EU citizens, and often immigrants more broadly, as part of the UK. But the response to that is as simple: they are.
This project carries out activities and research within that wider context, seeking (1) to provide routes of engagement with EU citizens’ rights issues to diverse stakeholders, ranging from EU citizens themselves to policy makers, and (2) offer new research findings on EU citizens’ rights post-EU referendum and post-Brexit.
In the longer term there are also plans to provide a wider engagement platform that can be used by organisations and communities, other stakeholders and interested parties, to learn more about EU citizens’ rights and the experiences of EU citizens post-Brexit. There are alos plans to involve British in Europe.