Support groups (Brexit)

 

Fife4Europe

Fife4europe is a group with no political affiliations and welcomes new members interested in keeping the UK in the EU.The group meets in the Oswald House Hotel in Kirkcaldy once a month on a Thursday evening at 7.30pm. Recent speakers have including Stephen Gethins MSP and Lesley Laird MP.

 

For more details see Facebook – Fife4europe page.

 

 

The 3 Million

‘The 3 Million’ is a not for profit organisation formed after the Brexit referendum to watch over the lives of EU citizens who made the UK their home. It takes its name from the estimated number of EU citizens who moved from another member state to live and work, and have established their life in the UK, many for a very long time.

 It aims to offer a support network for EU citizens living in the UK;

  • It works with politicians and the Government to guarantee the rights of all EU citizens in the UK and British citizens living in other member states for now and the future.
  • It engages with businesses and public sector organisations to support their EU workers.

 See www.the3million.org.uk

 

The New Europeans

 New Europeans is a civil rights organisation which champions freedom of movement, non-discrimination and the principle of solidarity in Europe.

New Europeans is a platform which gives European citizens and non-EU citizens a voice in local communities, at regional and national level and in the continuing Europe-wide debate about the challenges faced in Europe in the twenty-first century.

See www.neweuropeans.net

 

 

The European Movement in Scotland

The European Movement in Scotland is a self-funding organisation of volunteers. The aim of the group is to help promote cooperation between Scotland and Europe.

      

See https://www.euromovescotland.org.uk   

 

 

Westminister Government/Home Office

 You will find a large amount of information on Brexit on the government website - www.gov.uk/brexit

 

Sign up for regular updates and the latest news. You can email the home office at homeoffice@communications.homeoffice.gov.uk

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