Brexit & EU Citizens – Briefing Session for Third Sector Workers & Volunteers
Brexit & EU Citizens: briefing session for third sector workers and volunteers
Do you work with EU citizens? Do they have questions about Brexit? Learn about the “EU settlement scheme” and the right of EEA citizens and their families to reside in the UK after Brexit, as well as other questions about UK citizenship and matters such access to housing, benefits and services.
Who is this session for?
This briefing session on Brexit is aimed at NGOs, EU citizens’ groups, community groups and other third sector organisations.
You will be signposted to any relevant materials and support tools, such as Home Office toolkits, and specific advice services for citizens who need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.
This free briefing session will:
- Give you a clear understanding of the EU Settlement Scheme (the new immigration status that EU citizens will need to apply for after Brexit).
- Explain the changes to EU citizens’ rights to work, study, access public services, and to vote.
- Signpost sources of further information and support.
- Give practical information on the steps EU citizens, and the organisations that work with them, can take to resolve any problems.
There will be some time for a Q&A session after the presentations.
When will this event take place?
September 27, 10:00-12:15
Renfield St Stephens Centre
260 Bath Street
Please arrive at 09:45 to allow time for registration.
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The event is free, but spaces are limited!
If you have any questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the organisers
EU Citizens’ Rights Project provides information, advice and support for EU citizens in Scotland and connects groups and organisations working with the community. You can read more about our project, EU citizens’ rights and keep up-to-date with our events on our website: http://citizensrightsproject.org/
This event has been organised with an assistance of a grant from the Scottish Government.