- How different Brexit approaches create friction on citizens' rights
The last round of Brexit talks ended with little progress and this is partly due to the different approaches taken by the UK and the EU. What does this mean for rights of expatriates?
7th September 2017
- Moving to France? Here is all you need to know
The French government has a website to help its citizens living abroad plan their return, from employment to taxation, health insurance and schools.
5th September 2017
- How to survive Home Office mistakes and illegal vacancy notices
The uncertainty for EU citizens in the UK is fuelling discrimination and mistakes made by the Home Office add to the pressure. How to cope with the situation?
30th August 2017
- How to consolidate EU rights in a context of change: new initiative in Brussels
A foundation in Brussels aims to deepen the discussion on EU citizens’ rights in light of the social and political change Europe has faced in the past years.
28th August 2017
- Recap on Brexit negotiations on citizens' rights
Citizens’ rights – the legal status of EU nationals living in the UK and of British in the EU after Brexit – are back on the Brexit negotiations table. How far are we from an agreement?
23rd August 2017
- Europeans support free movement, not free access to social benefits
A survey by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in 8 European countries reveals that people support free movement in the EU and are realistic about the impacts of Brexit in Europe.
20th August 2017
- What European students think of Brexit and EU’s future
At a summer school in Paris, I asked four European classmates what they think of Brexit and EU's future. Here is what they said.
13th August 2017
- Polish grandparents face uncertain family future in UK
By making it more difficult for Polish to bring their aged parents to the UK, Brexit may break the Polish familial “care contract” whereby in return for taking care of grandchildren, children care for parents when the time comes.
10th August 2017
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