Posts Tagged: EU citizenship

In the shadow of Brexit: Portraits of EU families in London

The Eurochildren team is producing a series of photo and audio portraits of EU families in London. What is emerging is a composite picture, a mosaic of voices, perspectives and experiences, with some shared anchors. London is ‘not like the

In the shadow of Brexit: Portraits of EU families in London

The Eurochildren team is producing a series of photo and audio portraits of EU families in London. What is emerging is a composite picture, a mosaic of voices, perspectives and experiences, with some shared anchors. London is ‘not like the

Lack of trust in UK government’s settled status scheme pushes EU citizens to apply for naturalisation: new reports launched today reveal

Originally posted on EU families & Eurochildren in Brexiting Britain:
Many EU nationals have lost trust the UK government and its Settled status scheme and feel they are being pushed to apply for British citizenship as the only viable way…

Lack of trust in UK government’s settled status scheme pushes EU citizens to apply for naturalisation: new reports launched today reveal

Originally posted on EU families & Eurochildren in Brexiting Britain:
Many EU nationals have lost trust the UK government and its Settled status scheme and feel they are being pushed to apply for British citizenship as the only viable way…

Watch: EU Families and Eurochildren in Brexiting Britain

Originally posted on EU families & Eurochildren in Brexiting Britain:
What Brexit is doing to EU families in Britain – a short video to find out about IRiS ESRC-funded study into the impact of Brexit on EU families and children. The project is part of The UK in a Changing

Watch: EU Families and Eurochildren in Brexiting Britain

Originally posted on EU families & Eurochildren in Brexiting Britain:
What Brexit is doing to EU families in Britain – a short video to find out about IRiS ESRC-funded study into the impact of Brexit on EU families and children. The project is part of The UK in a Changing

The Tragedy of Brexit: Pro-European Mobilisation After the Referendum

Guest blog by Charlotte Galpin (POLSIS) and colleagues On 25th March 2017, a pro-EU march – the March for Europe – took place in London, with crowd estimates ranging from 50,000 to 100,000 participants. Similar, smaller-scale marches took place in other cities

The Tragedy of Brexit: Pro-European Mobilisation After the Referendum

Guest blog by Charlotte Galpin (POLSIS) and colleagues On 25th March 2017, a pro-EU march – the March for Europe – took place in London, with crowd estimates ranging from 50,000 to 100,000 participants. Similar, smaller-scale marches took place in other cities

The quest for home of European Somali families in Britain

Brexit has created many challenges for EU families and their children who had made the decision to migrate to live in the UK. More importantly, it has unsettled their notions of ‘home’ for the majority of them. The questions of

The quest for home of European Somali families in Britain

Brexit has created many challenges for EU families and their children who had made the decision to migrate to live in the UK. More importantly, it has unsettled their notions of ‘home’ for the majority of them. The questions of

A voice you haven’t heard. The political participation of UK-based EU citizens in the EU referendum

By Monika Bozhinoska Last year, right before the EU referendum I conducted research aiming to explore how EU long-term residents in the UK construct their identities as political members of the UK. The findings of the research are briefly presented

A voice you haven’t heard. The political participation of UK-based EU citizens in the EU referendum

By Monika Bozhinoska Last year, right before the EU referendum I conducted research aiming to explore how EU long-term residents in the UK construct their identities as political members of the UK. The findings of the research are briefly presented

Mapping the biopolitics of EU membership

Originally posted on EU families & Eurochildren in Brexiting Britain:
The UK has been a member of the European Union for 40 years. Throughout that time there has been intermingling of people and institutions which can be most clearly seen…

Mapping the biopolitics of EU membership

Originally posted on EU families & Eurochildren in Brexiting Britain:
The UK has been a member of the European Union for 40 years. Throughout that time there has been intermingling of people and institutions which can be most clearly seen…