On 12 December the European Commission published a memo with questions and answers based on the common understanding of the rights for citizens following the recent negotiations. We’re linking to this here not as legal advice but because we know this will be of interest to many members and because it hasn’t been widely publicised in the UK.
“Questions and Answers – the rights of EU27 and UK citizens post-Brexit, as outlined in the Joint Report from the Negotiators of the European Union and the United Kingdom Government”
You may also be interest in the response of the campaign group the3million to the latest negotiations.
For UCU members there both general and individual legal advice available – see Guide to working in the UK for EEA and non-EEA nationals.
Notes from today’s open meeting on EU staff rights and the Brexit negotiation are available as a powerpoint presentation: Brexit Summary Resources Nov 2017 (download) Latest advice from the university The next university EU Immigration Information Session for staff is 11am Wednesday 29 November, Clothworkers Central building, Speakman lecture theatre (G.89). Individual advice can also be booked, see the university link above. Immigration legal advice from UCU (both general briefing papers and individual legal support is available for UCU members) Here are … Continue reading →
Wednesday 8 November, 1pm – 2pm Baines wing 1.13 As part of our work putting together a claim on the gender pay gap at the University of Leeds and tackling the casualisation of jobs at the University of Leeds we’d like to invite you and any other staff to a meeting on Wednesday to discuss these issues. Please pass this on to any colleagues who may have an interest in these issues (and who doesn’t have an interest in equal … Continue reading →
UCU YORKSHIRE & HUMBERSIDE BLACK AND ETHNIC MINORITY NETWORK (BME) & RedBobble Theatre Company presents ‘TO WALK IN YOUR SHOES’ Sunday 22 October @ St Paul’s Church, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, HD1 3DH. FREE EVENT Doors Open @ 12pm Introduction by BME Network and Guest Speakers @ 12.30 Play begins @ 1pm-2:30pm Q&A Session @ 2:30pm “There is no immigration because we are all human. If a British person can be an ex-patriot in Africa, then we are all ex-patriots … Continue reading →
UCU advice on working in the UK for members who aren’t UK nationals is available through the UCU support centre web pages. As well as general advice explaining terms and processes, individual legal advice is available for members through the support centre. For problems relating to the University of Leeds it may be best to request a local UCU caseworker first by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. … Continue reading →