Katherine Collins is a Research Associate at Goldsmiths, University of London, working on the "BrExpats: Freedom of Movement, Citizenship, and Brexit in the Lives of Britons Resident in the EU-27" research team. She is also a Visiting Scholar at the Oxford Centre for Life-Writing, where she coordinates the Life-Writing as Inquiry research strand and is undertaking a prosopographical survey of British expatriate communities in Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries, funded by the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Dr. Collins holds a PhD in social research, awarded by the University of the West of England for her participatory action research into risky drinking in deprived areas. She also holds an MA in social research.
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Even with an EU-UK deal on citizens' rights post-Brexit, there is much uncertainty for Britons living abroad in Europe. This report takes stock of what has (and has not) been agreed—from questions of continued residence and family rights to health-care and labor-market access. It breaks down the looming—and urgent—challenges EU Member States face in designing systems to adjust the legal status of their British residents.