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Emily O’Reilly re-elected European Ombudsman

Many congratulations to Emily O’Reilly (Ireland),who  has been elected European Ombudsman for the 2019-2024 parliamentary term. She was backed by 320 MEPs in a secret plenary vote.

Civil society endorses pan-European fringe festival in parallel with Future of Europe conference

Civil society leaders of twenty EU networks have renewed calls for a bottom-up building-site, and  free-standing and spontaneously organised events modelled on the world famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival to mobilise EU citizens ahead of the Future of Europe Conference. 

Civil society should occupy the fringe of EU politics says prominent EU civil rights campaigner

Like Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival, civil society should occupy the influential fringe of European politics says prominent EU civil rights campaigner.

New Europeans is recruiting a European Londoners Project Officer

New Europeans is seeking a Project Officer for its European Londoners project. The post holder will be working on a project, funded by Trust for London to develop the capacity of voluntary organisations to help and support vulnerable or disadvantaged European Londoners across the various communities living in London, to become active citizens.

EU Settlement Scheme: A New Role for the Voluntary Sector

Our new report looks at the third sector’s preparedness to support Europeans, EEA/ Swiss nationals and their family members to access the EU settlement scheme (EUSS).

Unsettling: a report on the EU Settlement Scheme

A survey by charity Migrant Voice has found that many applicants to the EU Settlement Scheme are facing serious problems with the application, or delays and bad decisions by the Home Office.

Brexit et maintenant - discours de Roger Casale à Lourmarin

On November 23, 2019, Roger Casale founder of New Europeans was invited by the Friends of Lourmarin to give a speech on the political situation in the United Kingdom on the occasion of the publication of the book Brexit .. when the return? by the late Jean-Gérard Lieberherr, Jean Monnet's son-in-law.

Tens of thousands of EU citizens in London could end up as “undocumented migrants” next Christmas

Vulnerable EU citizens could lose their right to stay in Britain overnight if they miss the deadline to sign up for the new migration status or settled status next December.

MEPs condemn criminalisation of sex education in Poland

In a resolution put to the vote on Thursday, MEPs express their deep concern over a Polish draft law that could put teachers who provide sex education in prison.

Civil society bemoans increasing difficulty in performing role ‘effectively’

The groups in various EU countries say this is partly due to “insufficient meaningful participation” of civil society in the decision-making process. It is also claimed that national authorities do not “prioritise sufficiently” the funding of “vital” civil society tasks, such as monitoring and watchdog activities.
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