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What next for EU citizens in the UK? A roundtable discussion with academics, policy experts and community leaders

Wednesday, 26th May 2021, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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This roundtable brings academics and community leaders together following the 2021 elections and with only a month before the EU Settlement Scheme deadline.

Prof Tanja Bueltmann and Dr Alexandra Bulat will present preliminary findings from their survey of over 2,000 EU citizens, focussing on identity, belonging and representation post-Brexit.

This will be followed by roundtable interventions from a variety of perspectives, reflecting on community responses from EU citizens in post-Brexit UK. Speakers will include representatives of key migrants’ rights organisations such as the3million, JCWI, Roma Support Group and East European Resource Centre, alongside academic experts on EU migration.

 


Who should attend?

This event aims to encourage the public to engage with migration research.  The second part of the event will include a 30-minute public Q&A session.

This roundtable will be of particular interest to EU citizens, but also policymakers and other stakeholders working with EU citizens, such as frontline organisations.

Benefits of attending

This roundtable is an opportunity to learn about new research on EU citizens’ belonging, identity and representation in post-Brexit UK. It is also a rare occasion to hear from and ask questions to a diverse panel including academics researching EU migration, policy experts, frontline organisations and community leaders.



Contact

Prof Tanja Bueltmann
Chair in International History
Dr Alexandra Bulat
Research Associate

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