Children's Rights Forum. "Making Brexit work for Children" - European Movement
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Children's Rights Forum. "Making Brexit work for Children"
20 January, 2018 at 2:00 pm - 5pm
The Quaker Meeting House
22 School Ln
Liverpool L1 3BT
United Kingdom
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Hosted by Pro-EU events in Merseyside and Liverpool City Region, European Movement Merseyside, Young European Movement Merseyside, and New Europeans.

This Saturday 20 January 2018 - between 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm - leading experts will gather in central Liverpool's Quaker House to discuss the significant study entitled Making Brexit work for Children - The impact of Brexit on children and young people.

Together with you, we will look at this latest report's key findings - and examine the important impact children's rights have on everyone's daily lives.

Confirmed speakers include:

Julie Ward MEP (Labour - North West England)

Kate Green OBE MP (Labour - Stretford and Urmston; Chair, The Fabian Society)

Professor Helen Stalford (Director, ECRU European Children’s Rights Unit, Law School, University of Liverpool)

Miro Griffiths MBE (PhD Researcher - Liverpool John Moores University; Disability Equality Adviser)

Charlotte Rainer (Policy Team - Children’s Society)

Lord Storey CBE (Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Education, House of Lords; Parliamentary Party Co-Chair on Education, Families & Young People)

This free event is open to everyone interested in the future of young people in the UK and across Europe.

Brexit must not deny children their fundamental rights and hard-won protections.

Register on Eventbrite here.