Ruvi Ziegler spoke at the Liberal Democrat conference in Brighton on 18th September 2018 on the Europe motion, where he argued the case for inclusion of long-term EU27 citizens in the UK in all electoral processes. The motion passed overwhelmingly.
Ruvi Ziegler spoke with Phil Kennedy on BBC Radio Berkshire about the new Migration Advisory Council report and its consideration of EU27 citizens’ access to the job market post-Brexit ‘in isolation’ (para 7.2) from any deal with the EU. He was also asked about his own decision to come to the UK and whether he would have made a similar decision today, in light of Brexit uncertainty.
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This is the first scholarly work directly linking the debates around international human rights law and disaster management, with human rights obligations relating to sanitation. The clarification of obligation in relation to sanitation can assist in advocacy and planning, as well as in ensuring accountability and responsibility for human rights breaches in the disaster context. The article will be freely available for 12 months, and can be found here.