AEDH

Leaving the EU – the Impact on Human Rights

New Europeans, together with the European Association for the Defence of Human Rights (AEDH), Britain in Europe and Brunel University Knowing Our Rights project, are organising an event to look at the potential impact of the UK exiting the European Union on a number of areas of individuals’ rights.
The conference will examine areas of human rights under threat for EU citizens and UK citizens, covering issues associated with new arrangements for EU citizens living in the UK. We will also explore implications for others living in the UK where rights protected by EU legislation or instruments may be affected.
10:30 Registration
Welcome by Chair Jean Lambert MEP 
Setting the scene
  • The view from Europe – Angelique Hardy, European Association for the Defence of Human Rights

  • State of the Union – Roger Casale and Samia Badani, New Europeans

  • Brexit’s long shadow on the Human Rights Act – Sir Geoffrey Nice QC, Britain in Europe think tank and Knowing Our Rights, Brunel University 

Exploring areas of concern

  • Personal is political: Impact on data protection – Gracie Bradley, Liberty

  • Potential impact on employment rights – Hannah Reed, TUC
  • Potential impact on the right to a fair trial – Dr Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos, Knowing Our Rights, Brunel University
15:30-16:30
Roundtables exploring the themes in more detail

16:30-17:00 Plenary

This event is free to attend with lunch provided. If you’d like to RSVP to this event, please click here for our Eventbrite page.

Click here to read New Europeans’ and AEDH’s joint statement 

       
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