EU families and ‘Eurochildren’ in Brexiting Britain

The UK has been a member of the European Union for 40 years. Throughout that time there has been intermingling of people and institutions which can be most clearly seen in the growing number of bi- and mixed-nationality EU families in the UK and their children, many of whom were born in the UK and hold a British passport. This is a growing, and yet understudied and underreported, segment of the British society.


The Existential and Emotional impact of Brexit

People are often asking what kind of impact Brexit has on the mental health of the people who didn’t vote for Leave, but rather want to stay in the EU.

That research has now been done by our chair Prof Emmy van Deurzen and Dr Helen De Cruz.