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UK rolls out 'settled status' pilot study

A campaign group has welcomed news that the first EU27 citizens are to be allowed to apply for ‘settled status’ in the UK.

"You'll never walk alone”

A list of more than 34,000 refugee deaths compiled and updated every year by UNITED for Intercultural Action and disseminated by the artist Banu Cennetoğlu as part of Liverpool Biennial 2018 in Great George Street, has been repeatedly violated.

Is the French Government about to issue #unilateralguarantees to British residents in France?

Reuters has reported that in a government meeting, French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe tasked ministers to prepare contingency measures that would be necessary to mitigate the difficulties linked with the unprecedented challenge of a no deal Brexit".

Barrister seeks to rally Europeans against Brexit

A French barrister has launched a new social media campaign which aims to bring together Europeans opposed to Brexit on grounds that the referendum was not run properly.

Government set to confirm unilateral guarantees for EU27citizens

After 2 years and 2 months of living in limbo, the first EU27 citizens are to be allowed to apply for “settled status” in the UK.

Should the EU "stop the clock"on the Article 50 deadline?

Writing in The Irish Times, New Europeans' member Ross Maguire and Vincent P Martin SC argue that the EU could and arguably should extend the Article 50 deadline.

The White Dove Way and the pathway of peace project

When Columbanus (White Dove) headed off from Bangor in Co Down in the 6th century, little did he realize that he would one day be proposed as the 'patron saint' of Europe.

Outcry at assault on Scottish teenager in Edinburgh

On 23 July, a Scottish teenager was left seriously injured after a racist gang attack in Edinburgh. Together with our partner organisations in Scotland and the UK, we wrote to the Sunday Herald. 

Statement on World Awareness Day to End Human Trafficking

New Europeans  is concerned about the increasing scale of human trafficking across the world, with Europe being no exception, fuelled by the current uncertainty caused by Brexit and conflict.

Professor Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos appointed inaugural Chair of Law at Goldsmiths

New Europeans advisor and member Professor Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos has been appointed Inaugural Chair in Law at Goldsmiths, University of London.
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