We are giving evidence to House of Commons’ Committee on Exiting the EU on Wednesday, 18 January 2017

On Wednesday, 18 January 2017, we are giving evidence to the House of Commons’ Committee on Exiting the EU. We are going to discuss our areas of concern in relation to the UK leaving the European Union. We are going to touch upon legal situations of EU nationals currently living in the UK and those who would consider moving here from the EU before Brexit; issues around coordinated social security regulations; access of children and young people to education in the UK post-Brexit; access to European workforce and markets from perspective of Eastern European businesses set up in Britian; and other similar issues.

Our views are based on enquiries from our users and intelligence we have been collecting through outreach events, information campaigns, casework and participation in various advisory boards and panels.

We want to hear YOUR¬†views! It’s an opportunity for you to share your views and concerns with the House of Commons through us. If you are an EU national living in the UK and have views on what should be included in the Brexit negotiations please let us know by Tuesday, 17 January, 6pm. Please email voice@eeac.org.uk, contact us via Facebook or send direct message on Twitter:¬†@East_Europeans.

Your views are treated in confidence. We will never share any of your details with anyone.