This workshop will give participants from civil society organisations a good understanding of upcoming changes to EU citizen rights after Brexit, including what we know about applying for the new settled status. Using case examples and discussion, the workshop will consider what EU citizens need to know and do to secure their new immigration status, and the impact upon their other rights.
The session will be accompanied by a helpful hard-copy guide to EU citizens’ rights.
This workshop is being hosted by the Scottish Government in Atlantic Quay as part of its Policy Profession series, with a human rights theme this year to celebrate 70 years of the Universal Declaration on Human Rights and raise awareness of human rights for policy makers. The workshop is delivered by the Civil Society Brexit Project and is open to representatives of civil society organisations.
You can reserve a place on this workshop here.