An information event for EU citizens with disabilities, their families, carers and assistants about Brexit and settled status.
EU27 citizens in the UK still face an uncertain future if Britain leaves the EU and British citizens still face being stripped of their EU citizenship. Meanwhile many of the anticipated social and economic consequences of Brexit are already with us.
Roger Casale will set out the challenging issues that remain unresolved in relation to citizens' rights post Brexit and explain how the #EUGreenCard can be used to ring fence the status of EU27citizens in the UK and Britons in Europe.
Amidst the political drama coming from Westminster in recent weeks, the issue of citizens’ rights now seems to have been nearly eclipsed from public debate.
Our partners the ECIT Foundation and the ECI Campaign for Permanent EU citizenship are hosting this event which will look closely at the impact of Brexit on European citizenship rights. The event will be chaired by New Europeans' members Suzana Carp and Petar Markovic.
Goldsmiths’ Britain in Europe (BiE) thinktank experts will be in conversation with one of Britain’s foremost economic and political commentators, Will Hutton, on the “state we’re in”, with Brexit, and how to avoid jumping off the cliff.
New Europeans is proud to support the campaign to make 9 May, EU Day a Public Holiday. We will be taking part in the launch of the campaign and the signing of the manifesto (see below) and will post further information during and after the event.
The President of the Court, Guido Raimondi, will present a summary of the Court’s activities and its statistics for 2018. The President will then answer questions from the press, together with Roderick Liddell, the Court’s Registrar.
New Europeans and London Bulgarian Association are organising a Brexit info session followed by Q&A session for the Bulgarian community in London.