26 05, 2021

The sight of UK Border Police arresting young Europeans on arrival in the UK is not a great look internationally

By |2021-05-26T13:09:13+00:00May 26th, 2021|Categories: Brexit, Citizens’ rights, Migration & Identity, Views from the Federal Trust|Tags: , , , |

This article was first published by The Parliament Magazine When it emerged that some EU citizens had been wrongfully held, due to ignorance on the part of officials, the British Government also began to look incompetent. It seems that the UK government has a message for the world, namely: “Look [...]

26 04, 2021

Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children Age Assessment Changes Pose Safeguarding Risk

By |2021-04-26T12:49:22+00:00April 26th, 2021|Categories: Migration & Identity, UK, Views from the Federal Trust|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

by Aaron Gates-Lincoln, Political Advisor and Writer at ImmiNews New government proposals to reform age assessments are putting asylum-seeking children at serious risk of mistakenly being deemed to be adults. The plans would allow more invasive tests to be undertaken on children arriving in this country, and could result in many [...]

12 03, 2021

Granting Indefinite Leave to Remain to Migrant NHS Workers

By |2021-03-12T12:46:38+00:00March 12th, 2021|Categories: Citizens’ rights, Coronavirus, Migration & Identity, UK, Views from the Federal Trust|Tags: , , , , , |

by Aaron Gates-Lincoln, Political Advisor at ImmiNews   Throughout the current COVID-19 pandemic, many have argued that migrant healthcare workers have not been given the rightful respect or recognition which they truly deserve. Ever since the inception of the NHS in 1948, migrant workers have been essential to the operations [...]

6 01, 2021

Farewell to freedom of movement

By |2021-01-07T15:46:16+00:00January 6th, 2021|Categories: Brexit, Citizens’ rights, Europe, Migration & Identity, Views from the Federal Trust|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

This article was first published in The New European Free movement of people is one of the EU’s most celebrated achievements. According to the December Eurobarometer survey, 81% of Europeans think free movement has benefitted the economy. Yet in Britain, it is often cited as one of the main reasons [...]

18 12, 2020

Migration into Europe – a never-ending story about ourselves

By |2020-12-18T15:39:40+00:00December 18th, 2020|Categories: Blog, Europe, Migration & Identity, Views from the Federal Trust|Tags: , , , , , , , |

by Anila Noor, Founding Director, New Women Connectors   and Roger Casale, Founder, Secretary General & CEO, New Europeans     Reproduced with kind permission from Voxeurop We have the historian Ferdinand Braudel to thank for the expression “la longue durée”.  Braudel’s approach focuses on long-term, structural changes in society, rather than the short-term [...]

11 12, 2020

How post-Brexit Points-based Immigration Will Affect UK Employment

By |2020-12-14T11:01:35+00:00December 11th, 2020|Categories: Brexit, Citizens’ rights, Migration & Identity, Views from the Federal Trust|

by Heather Barrigan Political Correspondent of ImmiNews, specializing in outreach and the creation of engaging and informative immigration-related content.   The promise to end the free movement of EU citizens to the UK was a cornerstone of the Leave campaign in the run-up to the referendum on EU membership in [...]

24 07, 2020

Consolidating rights and values should be at the heart of the recovery programme

By |2020-07-24T10:17:24+00:00July 24th, 2020|Categories: Citizens’ rights, Future of Europe, Migration & Identity, Views from the Federal Trust|Tags: , , , |

Roundtable Special European Council (17/07/20, Bruxelles); Copyright: EU This article was first published in the Brussels Times. The European Council has agreed the next multi-annual financial framework but postponed a decision about how to make the new recovery funds conditional on respect for democracy, human rights and the [...]

13 07, 2020

Europe should never lose sight of the responsibility to protect

By |2020-07-13T12:32:55+00:00July 13th, 2020|Categories: Citizens’ rights, Europe, Migration & Identity, Views from the Federal Trust|Tags: |

Photo credit: Michael Büker / CC BY-SA   This article was first published by Voxeurop Srebrenica is a small town in Europe, located in the easternmost part of Republika Srpksa in Bosnia Herzegovina near the border with Serbia. As the crow flies, it lies just about half way between [...]

23 06, 2020

Why are we taking down statues and what does this tell us about who we Europeans are?

By |2020-06-23T11:50:44+00:00June 23rd, 2020|Categories: Europe, Migration & Identity|Tags: , |

The explosion of rage that followed the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis has created a domino effect with statues being toppled around the world including here in Europe.   Churchill’s statue on Parliament Square ended up in a makeshift wooden shed for protection. It was only released when Emmanuel [...]

21 04, 2020

European identity and the plague

By |2020-06-04T16:23:46+00:00April 21st, 2020|Categories: Coronavirus, Europe, Migration & Identity|Tags: , |

by Roger CasaleFounder, Secretary General & CEO, New Europeans 21st April 2020 “The plague was posting sentries at the gates and turning away ships bound for Oran.” Albert Camus, (1913-1960) “Human it is to have compassion on the unhappy”  Giovanni Boccaccio (1313 – 1375) Plague has been with us since ancient times. [...]

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