#BestBrexit4U - Q&A event for EU Brummies

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Date: 
Thursday, June 15, 2017 - 18:00 to 20:30

Panel discussion followed by Brexit Q&A

Join us in Birmingham for an evening with our expert panel of speakers

 

 

Since 2013, New Europeans has been at the forefront of the campaign to safeguard the rights of the 3.6 million EU citizens in the UK and 1.6 million UK citizens in the EU who have now had their lives disrupted by the Brexit vote. 

"If there was a referendum and the UK voted to leave the European Union, what would this mean for the rights of EU citizens in the UK?"   

Roger Casale, Founder and CEO, New Europeans, 18 June 2013

We still have no clear answer to our question even today.

What we do know is that there is a very high level of anxiety and distress amongst EU citizens and a great deal of misinformation. 

How can we change the prevailing narratives on migration?

How can we challenge all-to-often arbitrary and unfair decisions that come from a Home Office immigration system that is still not "fit for purpose?

What can EU citizens do to voice their concerns, work for reform and defend their rights?

Join us as we ask what Brexit could mean for you.
 

Speakers

Cllr John Clancy (invited)
Leader, Birmingham City Council

 

Samia Badani
Campaigns adviser, New Europeans

 

Alicja Kaczmarek
Director, Polish Expat Association

 

Michael Bates
Director, Birmingham Community Law Centre

 

Lee Barron
Regional Secretary Midlands, TUC

 

Chair

Tamara Flanagan
Programmes adviser, New Europeans
 


Register here for this event 

If you cannot attend the event in person, please register to get a live video streaming link.


Refreshments will be provided during registration between 18:00-18:30 The event will begin at 18:30 and finish at 20:30.


For further information please contact:

bella.kosmala@neweuropeans.net
 


 

In partnership with:         With the support of:

                                                                                                     

Living Rights is a two-year project to encourage the successful inclusion and participation of EU citizens living in the UK. It is funded by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme of the European Union.         


 

 





 

Location: 
Priory Rooms Conference Centre
40 Bull St Quaker Meeting House
B4 6AF Birmingham
United Kingdom
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