The ESF Users Group briefing sets out urgent recommendations to government for ensuring the replacement of vital EU funding helping 10,000 vulnerable people each year in NI overcome major obstacles to social inclusion & entering employment
The Home Office have issued further information and guidance on the process for employers completing right to work checks on EU, EEA, and Swiss citizens.
On Wednesday 9th June the Home Office are hosting an online session to discuss the EU Settlement Scheme and what it means for people in Northern Ireland.
With the deadline for EU Settlement Scheme registration fast approaching the Home Office is undertaking a range of information measures to ensure those who need to register are fully informed.
As of 1st January 2021, the UK and Northern Ireland are no longer a part of the European Union, and with this significant change come adjustments to policies and legislation.
With the deadline of 31st December just around the corner, our recent webinar “Brexit and Your Rights” examined how the rights of people living in Northern Ireland could be impacted by the exit of the UK.
The webinar “Brexit 2020: Where are we now? The future UK / EU relationship and the protocol” will take place on Thursday 3rd December, 12:30pm-1:30pm.
The "Brexit 2020: What's happening with the protocol on Ireland and Northern Ireland?" webinar will take place on 30th October 2020 at 1:00pm.
NICVA Raises Deep Concerns About the UK Internal Market Bill’s Impact on Future Peace and Prosperity in Northern Ireland
NICVA is extremely concerned about the potential impact of the proposed UK Internal Market Bill on the future peace, stability, and economic well-being of people in Northern Ireland.