- Stranded abroad: how EU repatriations work and why some EU citizens struggled to return to the UK
Coronavirus travel restrictions have left some 600,000 EU citizens stranded overseas, according to data published by the European Commission.
6th May 2020
- How to make home schooling with bilingual children more effective
Home schooling is not easy at the best of times, let alone in the midst of a pandemic. And when multiple languages are involved, the task gets even harder.
10th April 2020
- Do you speak English? The link between language and identity
Why are some people feeling offended by the sound of other languages? Soile Pietikäinen interviews Dr Philip Seargeant from the Open University.
24th February 2020
- Who is entitled to a UK's European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) after Brexit
The UK has left the EU, but will continue to issue European Health Insurance Cards (EHICs) under the provisions of the withdrawal agreement.
2nd February 2020
- “I lived through ‘interesting times’, now I want stability” – two stories about moving across borders
Following our survey, we have asked two people who have experienced moving across multiple borders to share their stories, hopes and doubts about Brexit.
29th September 2019
- Brexit anxiety: lack of information, protection and political representation revealed in Europe Street News survey
The vast majority of the people who moved between the UK and the EU feel more anxious since the Brexit vote, reveals a Europe Street News survey.
24th September 2019
- How to beat the Brexit uncertainty and preserve wellbeing
Three years after the UK voted to leave the European Union the uncertainty around Brexit is taking a toll on people’s wellbeing. Advice from a therapist.
24th June 2019
- Cross-border healthcare needs improvement: EU watchdog
Only 200,000 EU patients a year (less than 0.05% of the EU population) receive pre-arranged healthcare from other countries of the European Union.
10th June 2019
- Parents of autistic children often face a tough linguistic choice but bilingualism can be of huge benefit
Bilingualism may be beneficial for autistic children, giving them more opportunities to socialise and the chance to communicate with their wider family.
3rd April 2019
- How no-deal Brexit will impact students, teachers, researchers
It's not just the Erasmus+ programme. There are many other ways in which students, teachers and researchers will be impacted by Brexit.
10th February 2019
- From passports to insurance and pets: 14 ways to prepare for no-deal Brexit [updated]
The UK government is publishing guidance to help prepare in case the country leaves the EU without a deal. From driving licences to divorces: how individuals might be impacted.
14th October 2018
- How Germany excludes some EU citizens from healthcare
Doctors of the World explains how a German law passed in 2016 worsens access to healthcare of several groups of EU citizens.
5th September 2018
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