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**New Briefings** Brexit and eYou


The Law Centre (NI) is excited to announce a new collaboration with the Institute for Conflict Research (ICR). We are working together to develop an online resource for those who are concerned about the impact of Brexit on their economic and social rights.

ICR has already developed some useful resources including a number of case studies which address a range of issues such as residency; right to healthcare, the right to free education, pension entitlement, access to health care, child benefit, and social security, among others. They raise questions for EU/EEA nationals and their representatives which must be addressed in the Brexit negotiations and final political settlement. ICR also provide:

  • Links to the Migrant Centre NI; STEP; the Law Society of Northern Ireland and the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) which regulates immigration advisers in the UK
  • Sources of further information; including links to publications by the Law Centre NI and the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association (ILPA)
  • Links to the wide range of individual UK and Irish politicians and governmental bodies currently working on Brexit issues who represent NI constituents or are involved in the Brexit negotiations
  • You can access the Brexit and eYou resouces here.

 ICR has published two briefing papers:

  • The first briefing published in May 2018 highlighted the fears that many EU/EEA migrants have about Brexit's potential impact on their social and economic rights. You can access it here.
  • The follow up briefing paper published in September 2018 provides an overview of a meeting between EU nationals and MLAs that took place in Stormont on 13 June 2018. You can access it here.




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