People from Portugal and Portuguese-speaking countries have been working in London and the East of England for decades. During this period you have faced many challenges regarding social and labour integration.
The National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) invites you to a seminar at Westminster on the most comprehensive survey to date of what the British public wants and expects from Brexit. This event is kindly sponsored by Ian Austin MP.
The British referendum vote against the EU, Donald Trump‘s victory in the USA, right-wing national governments in Hungary and Poland, strong right-wing populist and also left-wing populist movements across Europe: an increasing number of citizens are deciding against established politics and...
Workshop to look at the impact Brexit is likely to have on the rights of disabled people and the work of disabled people’s organisations, and to discuss how disabled people and their organisations can have a stronger voice in the ongoing Brexit negotiations.
The event ‘Brexit and its Impact on Diversity and Community Relations in Northern Towns’ is funded directly by the Economic and Social Research Council.
Join Demos for a public event to mark the launch of a major project examining how a rising culture of fear is sweeping Europe – fuelling populism, dividing societies, and threatening to destabilise democratic institutions.
This conference is designed to coincide with the UK triggering Article 50 and starting its process to withdraw from the EU. Our aim is to look in greater detail and some of the critical issues that will follow.
The University of Westminster and My Life My Say are proud to host a panel discussion to analyse the impact of Brexit on London and what young Londoners have to say and may expect from life after Brexit.
Update and Q&A on the campaign to secure the rights of European citizens and stop Brexit * Standing up to Brexit * Fighting for our EU citizenship rights
New Europeans has joined forces with six other grass roots organisations to campaign for a free and civilised debate, amongst ordinary people and in parliament, about the further choices for the UK following the referendum.