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Democracy at risk in the heart of Europe: why non-nationals should vote in local elections in Brussels

What is the best way to keep your commune clean, improve social services or help stop drug dealing in your neighbourhood? One way is to vote in the upcoming local elections and elect people who might do something about these and many other issues.  

How best to target Putin

Vladimir Putin represents a serious threat to liberal democracy, not only in Russia and in Ukraine but also in the EU.

The paradox of low participation in Brussels

The fact that so few non-Belgians vote in local elections in Brussels is at best a paradox, at worst an embarrassment for the home of the EU’s main institutions.

"It's a case of oops, I was lied to"

Sensational clip on BBC Question Time exposes depth of feeling amongst many leave voters about the lies they were told in the referendum

New Europeans renew call on EU to grant unilateral guarantees

Following Theresa May's confirmation that EU27citizens in the UK will receive settled status regardless of the outcome of the Brexit negotiations, New Europeans has written to Michel Barnier, Chief Negotiator for the UK Exiting the EU to renew its call for a parallel declaration to secure the rights of British citizens resident in EU member states.

Unilateral guarantees finally granted to 3.8m EU27 citizens in the UK

After more than two years of campaigning we welcome Theresa May's unequivocal confirmation that EU27citizens in the UK will be granted unilateral guarantees of their rights.

A minimalist approach? Why the EU-UK security negotiations should be prioritising human rights protections

The UK and the EU are strongly committed to continuing security cooperation in criminal justice matters after the UK withdraws from the EU, but diverge as to its nature and scope.

New Europeans wins the Schwarzkopf Foundation Europe Award 2019

New Europeans has been honoured with the Schwarzkopf Europe Award 2019, following an online poll across Europe amongst young people aged 35 or under.

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.
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