EU citizenship in the shadow of Brexit

EU citizenship in the shadow of Brexit

Monday, 22 October 2018

15:00 – 19:00

Europe House, 32 Smith Square, London SW1P 3EU

This event is now fully booked.

Programme

EU27 citizens in the UK still face an uncertain future if Britain leaves the EU and British citizens still face being stripped of their EU citizenship.

At this conference we will take stock of the situation facing millions of citizens whose lives, hopes and aspirations are caught up in Brexit.

The panels will address the following issues followed by an audience Q&A:

  • Will settled status end the uncertainty?
  • How can the rights of Britons in Europe be protected?
  • What will replace free movement in the future?
  • How can trust be rebuilt in local communities and nationally?
  • Will political participation be impacted by Brexit?
  • What are the human rights implications of Brexit for citizens?

The formal session will be followed by a drinks reception from 6-7pm.

The conference will be co-chaired by:

Brendan Donnelly, Director of the Federal Trust

Jacqueline Minor, Former Head, UK Representation of the European Commission

Our panellists include:

Sue Ferns, Deputy Secretary General of Prospect

Professor Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos, Inaugural Chair in Law, Goldsmiths

Martha Spurrier, Director, Liberty (invited)

Oliver Garner, PhD Researcher in Law, European University Institute

Prof. Theodora Kostakopolou, University of Warwick

Tony Simpson, Permanent European citizenship ECI

Mark Lazarowicz, EU Citizens’ Rights Project, Scotland

Dr Ruvi Ziegler, Associate Professor, University of Reading

Dr Roxana Barbulescu, Academic Fellow in New Migrations, University of Leeds

New Europeans campaigns for comprehensive and unilateral, guarantees for EU27 citizens and to defend the EU citizenship rights of British citizens.

 

If you have any questions regarding this event please contact ulrike.rub@fedtrust.co.uk.