Standing Up for Our Rights: European Citizens’ Gathering
This European citizens’ gathering will be an opportunity for those engaged or interested in campaigning efforts directed towards upholding and defending the rights of all European citizens in the context of Brexit to engage, converse, cooperate and plan future initiatives. A key aim is to encourage a creative dialogue on the issues associated with European citizenship and the potential loss of rights and protections associated with it.
Retaining European Citizenship: a short film by Conrad Simpson
Speakers and participants include:
Professor Andreas Bieler, Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice, University of Nottingham
Kat Boettge is a Green Party activist and anti-Brexit Campaigner
Matt Carr has written books including ‘Fortress Europe’ and helped found One Day Without Us
Claudia Delpero edits Europe Street News
Marko Dimač is a volunteer at Notts Refugee Forum and a member of DiEM25
Suresh Grover is Director of The Monitoring Group and an anti-racist campaigner
Jonny Gutteridge is a post graduate student and EU campaigner
Eva Kaluzynska worked for the European Commission for over 20 years
Madeleina Kay aka ‘EU Supergirl’ is an author, illustrator and Remain campaigner
Dr Elizabeth Monaghan, University of Hull, researches European Citizens’ Initiatives
Jagdish Patel, The Monitoring Group, is an artist and anti-racist campaigner
Marina Pentroulis, University of East Anglia and Another Europe is Possible
Beata Polanowska, East Midlands po Polsku newspaper
Louise Regan, President of the National Education Union (NUT Section)
Elena Remigi, editor of In Limbo: Brexit Testimonies
Tony Simpson, Retaining European Citizenship [Citizens’ Initiative]
Alan Tuckman, is the author of ‘Kettling the Unions’ (forthcoming)
Tom Unterrainer, Retaining European Citizenship [Citizens’ Initiative]
The event will take place in rooms at Highfield House (Graduate School/Centre for Advanced Studies), University Park, University of Nottingham between 10.30am and 5pm on Saturday 18th November.
The University of Nottingham is located close to the M1 (Junction 25) and has excellent public transport provision (bus and tram from Railway Station).
The University of Nottingham's Graduate School, University Park, NG7 2RD Nottingham
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