Brexit – Have your say about your human rights now
On 18 December 2018 it will be 100 days until the UK leaves the EU on 29 March 2019. 
 
The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights is just one of the legal frameworks that currently protects the human rights of citizens residing in the United Kingdom.  In the UK, the EU Withdrawal Act became law but does not encapsulate the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.

As a consequence, fundamental laws like the Modern Slavery Act, the Equality Act (which includes rights for women, LGBTQ+, disabled, religious and ethnic groups), the Data protection Act, Protection of the Rights of the Child, Rights and Protections afforded to refugees are all at risk.

Be part of the debate by filling out our opinion poll by 15th December 2018.

Your voice matters. 

Section 1
When the UK leaves the EU, some laws concerning your human rights will change. Did you know this? *
If the new laws changed in a manner that negatively impacted the human rights you enjoy on a day-to-day basis, Would it concern you? *
Do you think the UK Government has done enough to inform you of the possible loss of some of your rights? *
Section 2
If the laws changed, making it more difficult for Europeans to live and work in the UK, would it concern you? *
If the laws changed, making it more difficult for UK residents to live and work in Europe, would it concern you? *
If the laws changed, leading to a reduction in the rights and protections afforded to refugees, would it concern you? *
If the laws changed, leading to a reduction in the rights and protections afforded to those with disabilities, would it concern you? *
If the laws changed, leading to a reduction in the rights and protections afforded to women in the UK, would it concern you? *
If the laws changed, leading to a reduction in the rights and protections offered to members of the LGBT+ community in the UK, would it concern you? *
Section 3
Age: What is your age group? *
What is your nationality? *
Your answer
Ethnic origin: Please specify which of the following best describes your ethnicity.

What is your ethnic group?
Choose one option that best describes your ethnic group or background

White
Mixed / Multiple ethnic groups
Asian / Asian British
Black / African / Caribbean / Black British
Other ethnic group
Education: What is the highest degree or level of school you have completed? If currently enrolled, highest degree received.
Marital Status: What is your marital status?
Employment Status: Are you currently…?
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