European Citizenship and Social Rights – Oxford University

European Citizenship and Social Rights






8 September 2015 2.00 pm – 4.30 pm

Manchester Art Gallery

Mosley Street Manchester (M2 3JL)

The Oxford Institute of Social Policy at the University of Oxford is undertaking research into the experiences of European citizens who come to live and work in the UK including whether and how they exercise their social rights as EU citizens. In addition to talking to EU migrant citizens directly, we want to hear from people who are working with them.

This open event is aimed at all service providers and organisations currently working with EU migrant citizens in Greater Manchester (providing for example health, education, social assistance, housing, advice and other support).

The event will start with an information session, providing an overview of what we know about EU migration and social citizenship nationally and locally. Service providers will then be invited to tell us about their own experiences of working with EU migrant citizens, including any challenges they face in providing appropriate support.

This is an opportunity to:

Learn more about EU migration at local and national levels; Share your experiences of working with European migrant citizens with colleagues from a range of statutory and voluntary organisations; Jointly consider the policy implications of these experiences.

For more information about the event, please contact Rebecca Ehata

( /01865 270343, mobile 07437 903321) or Elaine Chase

( /01865 270347)

Registration is free: please complete the attached form and return by email to or by post to 32 Wellington Square, Oxford OX1 2ER

The University of Oxford received funding for this event from the Economic and Social Research Council ‘UK in a Changing Europe’ Initiative

Please click Here to download registration form

Please click Here to download The PDF version of this poster.

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