Rebordering Britain & Britons after Brexit
Rebordering Britain and Britons after Brexit is an innovative research project exploring the long-term impacts of Brexit on migration between the EU and UK to uncover what this reveals about Britain’s migration story and future.
The MIGZEN Blog
2 June 2023
Free Movement, limited: Getting to the heart of what it means to be European
It's Episode 2 of our podcast collaboration with Who do we think we are? launches. We’re talking Freedom of Movement, its role in making Europeans and a European community, and the experiences of people who have lost their FOM rights due to Brexit.
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5 May 2023
From the pomp and circumstance of the coronation to the fanfare of Eurovision
Announcing the release of the first episode of the podcast 'Who do we think we are? presents "Global Britain"'. We’re talking Eurovision, the Coronation and the Commonwealth Games as we consider how EU citizens in the UK and British citizens in the EU make sense of ‘Global Britain’ and its imagined communities.
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2 May 2023
A new podcast from the MIGZEN research team: Who do we think we are? presents 'Global Britain'
British citizens living abroad together with EU citizens and others who have made the UK their home before Brexit are poised to tell their stories as part of a Lancaster University project.
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17 April 2023
Subject to Change: What do EU citizens in the UK, and British diasporas, think about king and country?
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Research on Brexit and Migration
Searchable database of peer-reviewed journal articles on Brexit and migration.
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