MAKING BREXIT WORK FOR CHILDREN

Members of the ‘Brexit and Children’ coalition have published their discussion paper, ‘Making Brexit work for children.’ The paper looks specifically of the impact of Brexit on children and young people in 7 different areas including children’s rights, the settlement status of EU national children, safeguarding, child poverty, cross-border family law, the implications for children living in Ireland and ensuring the views of children and young people are heard.

Click here to read the report in full.

Malene Bratlie