Entries by Project staff

Studying in the UK or EU

Erasmus+ in the UK if there’s no Brexit deal. If the UK leaves the EU in March 2019 without a deal, the UK Government will: Underwrite Erasmus+ funding for all successful bids submitted while the UK are still in the EU. This arrangement is dependent on reaching agreement with the EU that UK organisations can […]

Being young in Brexit Britain: Young people’s attitudes towards and aspirations after the Brexit referendum

By Dr. Avril Keating, UCL. This project examines young people’s attitudes towards Brexit and explores their hopes, fears, and aspirations for the future of Britain (and for their own future in Britain). In the process, the study focuses not just on young Remainers, but also sheds much needed light on the attitudes, aspirations and identities […]

Brexit Facts

A curated selection of relevant videos about Brexit.


  • Brexit: a youth perspective • 647 kB
    Reactions & Recommendations taken from a pool of Young People on how the Government should tackle the negotiations surrounding Brexit & the European Union.
  • Brexit Reading List • 449 kB
    Brexit: a reading list of postEU Referendum publications by the UK Parliament and the Devolved Assemblies
  • Britain’s Decision • 5 MB
    Facts and Impartial Analysis for the EU referendum on 23 June 2016
  • Post-election survey 2014 • 6 MB
    The survey has been used to analyse the results of the European elections in terms of gender, age, region, turnout and voting.
  • The 2015 General Election • 370 kB
    Aspects of participation and administration
  • UK Election Statistics: 1918-2017 • 18 MB
    It includes summary results for general elections and parliamentary by-elections
  • Election: Turnout • 124 kB
    The extent to which voters turnout to vote at elections in the United Kingdom varies considerably between different types of election
  • EU referendum: one year on • 3 MB
    Following two successful collaborations in 2016 (Brexit and Beyond and Brexit: Six Months On),
    EU referendum: one year on examines the progress that has been made thus far.
  • The ‘Outraged Young’ • 3 MB
    How Young Europeans are Reshaping the Political Landscape.
  • Scottish Independence Referendum Report • 3 MB
    Report on the referendum held on 18 September 2014.
  • The UK Young Ambassadors • 3 MB
    Enabling all young people to engage in an Inclusive, Diverse and Well-Connected Europe.
  • Voting Age • 396 kB
    This Note gives details of the attempts to change the law to lower the voting age over the last decade
  • Young People Participation in EP elections • 91 kB
    This Note gives details of the attempts to change the law to lower the voting age over the last decade.
  • Voter engagement and young people • 558 kB
    Research report.

What happens if we have no deal by March 2019?

The government is planning to publish, in two tranches in late August and early September, about 70 technical notices on how businesses and consumers should prepare for no deal. It means that pretty much all of the current arrangements that join us to the rest of Europe – covering everything from air transport to pharmaceuticals […]

Theresa May’s Red Lines on Brexit: Chequers Plan July 2019 (see paper attached)

The future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union. Our proposal is comprehensive. It is ambitious. And it strikes the balance we need – between rights and obligations. It would ensure that we leave the EU, without leaving Europe. It would return accountability over the laws we live by to London, Edinburgh, Cardiff […]


A group of angry, determined young people who think Brexit is a disaster and should be stopped. Twitter stream: https://twitter.com/OFOCBrexit Manifesto: https://www.ofoc.co.uk/manifesto/

All-Party Parliamentary Group on a Better Brexit for Young People

Purpose of the group is to develop relationships between young people and parliamentarians, in order to secure a better Brexit for young people. Young people will live with the outcome of Brexit the longest and therefore should have a voice in how the negotiations are shaped. https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmallparty/170329/better-brexit-for-young-people.htm  

Statement and Call to Action on the Impact of Brexit on Children and Young People

The Brexit process has, thus far, ignored the voices of children and young people. We, the undersigned, represent over 1800 children’s rights organisations across Europe and believe the rights of children and young people must be protected and championed as part of the process. Children and young people in the United Kingdom and across the […]

EU referendum: One year on

Well, it’s not boring is it? Politics continues to surprise us, and all the while the Article 50 clock keeps ticking. One year on from the EU referendum, this report is intended for all those who are interested in what has happened since the referendum, and how the Brexit process might unfold in the months […]

Your Game of Thrones

I moved to London 12 years ago to start my new life here. I wanted to live in the most international, open country in Europe. In the city, the most European in the whole continent, which welcomes diversity and entrepreneurship. I believed I joined on the fore front of 21st century innovation. I was persuaded […]