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Campaign groups call for rights guarantee and consultation during Brexit

Everything changes today. It’s up to us whether triggering Article 50 prefaces a better history. As the Article 50 notification is sent, 3.3 million EU citizens in the UK and up to 1.6 million UK citizens living in Europe will be turned into bargaining chips. But this need not be the case.

Speakers confirmed for Unite for Europe march

New Europeans is a sponsor of the Unite for Europe march and we are happy to confirm our full confidence in the arrangements the police and the organisers have put in place to guarantee our safety and the safety of all those taking part. When democracy is challenged by a terrorist attack we can either stand up and be counted or run away and hide.

A cup of tea gratuit, courtesy of British Immigrants Living in Luxembourg (BRILL)

On Saturday 25 March, between 11:00 and 15:00, to coincide with the Unite for Europe march taking place on the same day in London and to express our gratitude to our adoptive country, British Immigrants Living in Luxembourg (BRILL) will be spreading the love in Luxembourg by offering free cups of tea to shoppers in the Grand Rue

#RightToStay nominated for Sheila McKechnie People's Choice Award

The campaign #Right To Stay launched last year in the wake of Britain's vote to leave the EU and aims to secure the post Brexit rights of the 3.3m EU citizens currently resident in the UK. Roger Casale has led the campaign within New Europeans, focusing on mobilising individuals and direct lobbying of politicians.

Negative coverage of the EU in UK newspapers nearly doubled over the last 40 years, study finds

A study co-authored by researchers at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) has revealed that negative coverage of the European Union in UK newspapers increased from 24 per cent to 45 per cent between 1974 and 2013.

UK citizens in Europe support unilateral guarantees for EU citizens in the UK

Since the referendum, UK citizens living in Europe have been following the situation of EU citizens in the UK and regret that their existing acquired rights were not guaranteed by the Government as soon as the results of the referendum were announced.

New Europeans joins 40 NGOs & charities calling on Government to rethink Dubs scheme

New Europeans are among 40 NGOs & charities who signed an open letter from the global refugee protection movement calling on the UK Government to reinstate the Dubs scheme today.

5 Takeaways on Brexit: Read Our Study on Brexit and Citizens’ Rights

As part of its mission to empower citizens to exercise their rights in the EU, ECAS, in partnership with the EU Rights Clinic, the European Disability Forum and the New Europeans, has considered the impact of Brexit on citizens’ rights under different scenarios compared to the rights that citizens currently enjoy whilst the UK is a full member of the EU. This study analyses in addition the possible repercussions of Brexit for the access of UK-based entities to EU funding streams.

Three Lords amendments proposed to the EU bill related to rights of non-UK EU citizens

Three Lords amendments related to rights of non-UK EU citizens were proposed yesterday.

Brits in Europe call for unilateral safeguards for EU citizens in the UK

Since the referendum, UK citizens living in Europe have been following the situation of EU citizens in the UK and regret that their existing acquired rights were not guaranteed by the Government as soon as the results of the referendum were announced.
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