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EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee
Call for evidence published 12 March 2019.
The EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee explores the implications of Brexit for future UK-EU cooperation in the field of asylum and international protection.
Evidence given by Alice Lucas, Advocacy and Policy Manager, Refugees Rights Europe; Dr Hanne Beirens, Acting Director, Migration Policy Institute Europe
Evidence given by Jan Bayart, Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy of Belgium in the United Kingdom
There are no meetings currently scheduled.
EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee writes to Home Secretary about implications of Brexit for refugee protection and asylum policy