This briefing session on Brexit, citizens’ rights and the EU Settlement Scheme is aimed at local government workers.
You will be signposted to any relevant materials and support tools, such as Home Office toolkits, and specific advice services for citizens who need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.
This free training session will:
- Give you a clear understanding of the EU Settlement Scheme (the new immigration status that EU citizens will need to apply for after Brexit).• Explain the changes to EU citizens’ status, so you are able to provide assurances.
- Explain the changes to EU citizens’ rights to work, study, access public services, and to vote.
- Signpost sources of further information and support.
- Give practical information on the steps EU citizens, and the organisations that work with them, can take to resolve any problems.
The event will run from 09:30 until 12:30, with some time for a Q&A session after the presentations. Please arrive at 09:15 to allow time for registration.
Register your interest via Eventbrite. The event is free, but spaces are limited!
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About our partners
COSLA: the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities, is the voice of Local Government in Scotland. COSLA provides political leadership on national issues, and work with councils to improve local services and strengthen local democracy. The Migration, Population and Diversity (MPD) team within COSLA works specifically on migration issues. We work with a range of key partners including the UK Government and Scottish Government to ensure that migrants are welcomed and integrated into Scotland and the demographic needs of the country are met.
IOM in the UK: The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is the UN Migration agency. Established in 1951, IOM works with migrants, governments and other partners to provide humane responses to the growing migration challenges of today. With nearly 400 offices and 11,000 staff worldwide, IOM promotes international cooperation and dialogue on migration issues, to assist in the search for practical solutions to key issues facing migrants and societies alike.
In the UK, key areas of IOM’s work include resettlement and integration, community cohesion, combating human trafficking and modern slavery, diaspora and development, migrant assistance, supporting migrant children and migration policy and research.
Citizens Advice Scotland: CAS is a registered charity based in Edinburgh that comprises 61 member bureaux, including a national helpline (advice.scot). Together these free local and national services provide legal advice, practical help and information on consumer and political rights across Scotland. CAS provides central support to local bureaux with management, research, fundraising, IT support, training and campaigning.
About the organisers
EU Citizens’ Rights Project provides information, advice and support for EU citizens in Scotland and connects groups and organisations working with the community. You can read more about our project and EU citizens’ rights on our website. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
This event has been organised with an assistance of a grant from the Scottish Government.