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  • 28 September 2017

    On 5th October, the Polish Social and Cultural Association (POSK) in Hammersmith, London will hold consultations between representatives of the UK government and members of the Polish diaspora as part of the new initiative Community Connect: Poles in UK. This will be an opportunity to talk about Polish citizens’ rights in the United Kingdom.


    The meeting, co-organised by the British Embassy in Warsaw and British ministries, will welcome, among others, representatives of the Department for Exiting the EU as well as Home Office. Paul Giannasi, the cross-government national hate crime co-ordinator, will follow up on his work on hate crime in relation to a similar event held at POSK in March. There will also be a consultation session on the plans for a residency registration process for EU citizens.


    Joanna Młudzińska, vice-chair of POSK, will moderate the day and Deputy Ambassador of Britain in Poland, David Reed, will give a few remarks at the start. Deputy Head of Mission at the Embassy of Poland London, Piotr Kobza, will also take part in the meeting.


    There are another two events planned for this year outside of London: one in the Midlands and one in Scotland.

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