EuroWalks

Celebrating our links with Europe

We celebrate this year’s Europe Day by launching a series of EuroWalks, taking you to local landmarks with connections to European figures, places or historical events.

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News & Analysis

  • Haste ye back
    Editor and executive member David Gow reflects on how Brexit wrecked his dream of being a full European citizen and vows to regain his stolen identity.… Read More »
  • Rule of law in Poland
    Poland and the EU are at loggerheads over rule of law issues/recovery plan grants – our friends at European Movement International report…… Read More »
  • No sunlit uplands
    It appears that the “sunlit uplands” we were promised that Brexit would deliver are maybe not as sunlit as we were led to believe.… Read More »

More news here.

Campaigns

Upcoming Events

More events here.

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Podcasts and Videos

European Conversations

First Scent of War in Europe

European Conversations
European Conversations
First Scent of War in Europe
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In the latest European Conversation from EMiS and SCER Kirsty Hughes talks to leading Scottish commentator, journalist and author Neal Ascherson about the risk of war in Europe, relations with… Read More »

More episodes here.

Webinars and Livestreams

Posted on 05/07/2021
Glasgow Loves EU are talking to Claudia Delper, founder and editor of Europe Street News, online magazine on citizens’ rights in the EU and the […]

Posted on 28/06/2021
Glasgow Loves EU are talking to Prof Daniela Sime (University of Strathclyde) about her research in the areas of migration, identity, […]

More livestreams and webinars here.

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Tweets

#Bundestagswahl21 Time to look outwards to the world Scotland! @GerryHassan @david_eiser @GrassrootsEU @foreigncorr1 @joshaw @jonhenley https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/german-elections-implications-for-europe-webinar-tickets-171288136427

#Brexit ain't working but whewre stands @UKLabour find out at @labour4europe rally at party conferencde in Brighton on 26/09: sign up here Link to book a ticket: https://eventbrite.co.uk/e/brexit-isnt-working-what-can-labour-do-tickets-165957967749

The number of foreigners registered as working in Poland has risen 35% in a year, as the country continues to experience levels of immigration unprecedented in its history and among the highest in the EU

Foreign student numbers have also hit a record high https://notesfrompoland.com/2021/09/17/number-of-immigrant-workers-in-poland-grows-35-in-a-year/

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