Event: Brexit, what rights, what welfare for EU migrants in Britain?

April 4, 2017     Leave a Comment

Our highly successful event was held on 29 March 2017. You can view all the presentation slides below.

Citizenship, conditionality, and welfare chauvinism: EEA migrants in the UK
Professor Peter Dwyer, University of York, and Dr Lisa Scullion, University of Salford

How did we get here? Poverty and the Brexit vote
Dave Innes, Policy and Research Manager (Economics), Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Understanding EU Migrant Responses to Homelessness
Regina Serpa, PhD researcher, Heriot-Watt University

Key obstacles to social security benefits for EU nationals
Rebecca Walker, independent welfare rights adviser

EU migration and Brexit
Dr Sofia Vasilopoulou, political scientist, University of York

The EU Rights Project: Developing an advising EU migrants toolkit
Dr Charlotte O’Brien, York Law School

Life After Leave: A Case Study of the European Social Fund
Jed Meers, PhD researcher, York Law School

Brexit: what rights, what welfare for EU migrants in Britain? was organised jointly by the Welfare Conditionality and EU Rights projects at York University, and funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. Read our event blog

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