Young European migrants living in UK need more support following Brexit vote, research suggests
Young European migrants living in the UK say they expect to remain here for the immediate future despite experiencing a rise in racial abuse following the Brexit vote, according to research by the Universities of Strathclyde, Plymouth and Durham
Safety and security after Brexit. Who needs whom?
Safety and Security after Brexit. Who needs whom? Lord Carlile of Berriew CBE, QC presented the 2017 Lord Caradon Lecture, hosted by Plymouth University.
What's on at the University of Plymouth: Brexitannia. Free screening and Q&A with Director Timothy George Kelly. University of Plymouth, 4 November 2017.
Brexit, crime and children’s rights – festival explores the impact of social science research on our daily lives
The University of Plymouth is hosting a series of events on subjects ranging from Brexit to children’s digital rights as part the Economic and Social Research Council’s (ESRC) annual Festival of Social Science
2017 Lord Caradon Lecture
What's on at the University of Plymouth: 2017 Lord Caradon Lecture. Safety and Security after Brexit. Whom needs whom? University of Plymouth, 1 November 2017.
Brexit: Meeting the Challenge in the South West
What's on at the University of Plymouth: Brexit: Meeting the Challenge in the South West. Considering the implications of Brexit in the South West in key policy areas. University of Plymouth, 8 November 2017.
Supporting Young People from Eastern Europe during Brexit
What's on at the University of Plymouth: Supporting Young People from Eastern Europe during Brexit. The key challenges for young people from Eastern European countries living in the UK. University of Plymouth, 10 November 2017.
Brexit Criminology: Crime, Justice and Society
What's on at Plymouth University: Brexit Criminology: Crime, Justice and Society. Conference illustrating the challenge of 'Brexit Criminology'. Plymouth University, 5 April 2017.
The iSPER Brexit Series
Plymouth University: Academics assess the potential impacts of the Brexit vote on their areas of expertise and advise policy makers on how to overcome them