What will life be like after Brexit? Will I be allowed to stay in the UK? How can I apply to the EU Settlement Scheme?
This event has now passed. A recording of the event is available below.
If you want to know the answers to these or ask you own questions about the EU Settlement Scheme and life in the UK after Brexit join the free EU Settlement Scheme information session in Romanes (with live translation in Romanian), hosted in partnership with the Luton Roma Trust.
The session will be hosted by:
EUSS Adviser, New Europeans UK
Denisa is European Roma women originally from Czech Republic. She completed LLB from De Montfort University in Leicester and completed the Legal Practice Course with support from the Roma Education Fund. Denisa worked for AIRE Centre as Roma Legal Officer; working on a project which aims to tackle discrimination against Roma migrants in the UK by identifying and eliminating barriers faced by them when accessing their rights as European citizens. Also, identifying strategic litigation which might lead to positive changes in legislation that effects EU migrants.
Denisa completed her training contract with the Central England Law Centre as part of Justice First Fellowship run by the Legal Education Foundation. Denisa qualified as a lawyer in 2018. She was working with victims of domestic violence; help with protection orders granted by courts; avoiding homelessness by defending Possession Order and evictions. Help people with their debts with Debt Relieve Orders and other debt relieve remedies. Denisa is also qualified in immigration. Currently working on complex EUSS cases helping vulnerable Europeans citizens to gain legal status in the UK. Denisa experiences in drafting recommendation for decision makers in institutions such as OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), Council of Europe.
Communications Officer, Luton Roma Trust
Aluna Lepadatu is an international human rights activist with deep experience promoting Human rights of Roma people. She has strong communications and visual media skills, alongside her abilities of project management. She worked to support Roma migrants in applying for the EU Settlement Scheme, and is a skilled researcher, who has analysed the prevalence of domestic violence against women and children in Roma families. Alunica gained her BA in Journalism and Communications while working as a presenter and editor for Petalo Romano tv program on Moldova1 TV channel. In the UK she continue working for promoting a positive image of Roma people through video making and production in Romanes languages. Currently she is an ERIAC grantee as a producer of the Roma Reality *show video blog.