A list of publications exploring Roma experiences of Brexit referendum and possible impacts   

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Revealing Reality (2018) ‘Settled? Avoiding pitfalls and maximising potential for those seeking post-Brexit settled status

This study engaged EU migrants across the UK to uncover attitudes towards Brexit and the capability of different people to navigate the application process for settled status. It features Roma living in Glasgow.

Migration Yorkshire (2017) ‘Roma experiences of living and working in South Yorkshire’

Migration Yorkshire has published a series of reports based on the learning from a 2016 project. One of the reports explores what everyday lives look like for Roma migrants and captures their experiences after the referendum vote in June last year.  

Tatiana Jancarikova (2016) ‘Roma fear Brexit to bring back bad times for their thriving Slovak town’

An article published in Routers exploring the impact of Brexit for Roma living in Slovakian village of Bystrany, which has strong connections to Yorkshire’s city of Sheffield.

Marley Morris (2016) ‘Roma communities and Brexit: Integrating and empowering Roma in the UK

The report provides a brief overview of employment, education, housing and health, with specific case studies exploring local authorities and third sector engagement in Derby, Glasgow and Redbridge, and looks at the implications of Brexit on funding for Roma integration.

Mark Ansell (2016) ‘Roma Brexit’

Mark Ansell’s short documentary on post-Brexit referendum experiences of Roma living in Sheffield and Rotherham which was shown on BBC Look North.