The British Embassy will be holding an information event for UK citizens in Paderborn on December 2nd. This will involve updates from the British Consul General and from the Paderborn Ausländerbehörde, followed by a Q&A session. Members from BiG will also be present.
The event is free but registration beforehand is required. See this site for more information and to register now.
Come along to our next Stammtisch event in Berlin!
It is expected to be held on Saturday 11th January 2020 from 13:00-17:00 at Brewdog in Berlin-Mitte (Ackerstraße 29, 10115 Berlin). Watch this space.
The British Embassy will be holding another Facebook Live event, giving you a chance to get a direct answer to any Brexit-related questions you might have. The event will take place on the British Embassy Facebook page next Monday (21st of October) at 18:00-19:30. Any questions submitted during this time will receive an answer by Friday 25th at the latest.
BiG will also be monitoring the event. If you are unable to join at that time or would like to ask a question anonymously, you can submit it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will post it for you.
British in Europe will be marching in London this Saturday alongside the3million at the People’s Vote March. If you’re going to be in London this weekend, please come along to the march and support us! Feel free to join our WhatsApp group created for the event to stay updated.
We will be meeting by the M&S outside of Green Park Tube Station at 12 noon (take the Piccadilly exit– the M&S is located on the corner of Stratton Street and Piccadilly).
BiG will also be taking part in solidarity events in Berlin and Hannover on Saturday. Have a look here to learn more about the march happening in Berlin, and here for the rally in Hannover, which is in partnership with Volt Germany.
Wherever you are, if you want to support us on Saturday via social media, remember to use the hashtags #CitizensRights and #the5Million alongside #LetUsBeHeard.
Regarding the General Election on December 12th:
The British in Europe Coalition has just re-released its Register to Vote website, which contains all the information British citizens living abroad need on overseas voting. All Brits living out of the UK for under 15 years, who have been registered in the last 15 years, are entitled to vote! We are recommending a proxy vote as the most reliable way to get your voice heard. The deadline for applications is in just over a week, on November 26th.
Don’t miss out, register to vote now!
The Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Centre for Political Education is holding a presentation and discussion on the effects of Brexit in MV this Thursday evening (26th) in Schwerin. The event will be led by Prof. Jakob Rösel, an expert in the field of the history and politics of the EU.
Entry is free but online registration is required.
Learn more about the event here.
N.B. British in Germany is not affiliated with this event.