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Perceptions and Challenges of Belonging and Citizenship in the UK after the Brexit Referendum

Citizenship
European Politics
European Union
Identity
Immigration
P268
Eleanor Knott
The London School of Economics & Political Science
Charlotte Galpin
University of Birmingham

Friday 14:00 - 15:40 (08/09/2017)

Building: BL07 P.A. Munchs hus Floor: 1 Room: PAM SEM6

Abstract

Intra-EU migration means that citizens of EU member states can exercise established treaty rights across the EU to work, study, settle, and retire. The British vote to leave the EU has cast doubt on this right. It has promised to affect in many direct and indirect ways the life of EU migrants in the UK, and the lives of UK citizens in the EU, sowing anxiety and uncertainty. In this panel, we will focus on how the Brexit vote has created new challenges of belonging and citizenship for UK and non-UK EU migrants. How has this event affected EU migrants' perceptions of their place in the UK and the purpose of their migration? What challenges has it faced them with in terms of legal framework, institutions, rights, as well as in terms of interaction with and integration into the host community? How is the EU, UK and home-state citizenship given meaning and practised following the Brexit referendum?
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