PPMI, together with SWPS University in Warsaw, has released a working paper on “Combining public statistics, web-survey and asynchronous interviewing” for the project titled “CEEYouth: The comparative study of young migrants from Poland and Lithuania in the context of Brexit”.

As the future of Brexit remains unclear, we measure to what extent this uncertainty affects Lithuanian and Polish migrants in the UK, as well as those who have returned to Lithuania and Poland. Using a novel method – asynchronous interviews – we track the same people over the course of two years to see if, and how, they respond to the changing British political landscape. Individual experiences can differ significantly, however, so we also investigate public statistics and plan to launch a survey in order to assess whether wider migrant populations are encountering similar risks and opportunities as a result of Brexit.

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