Nando Sigona, University of Birmingham London is one of the capitals of the EU, home to over 1.1m non-British EU citizens, including a large number of families and children. This, according to my team’s ongoing analysis of data from across the EU, is by far the largest conglomerate of non-native EU citizens in the EU….
Edyta is an advice worker and casework supervisor for a local support organisation. She came to the UK in 2006 from Poland with son Artur and daughter Zofia. Her mother Antuanetta joined them in 2011 when her dad passed away. To catch up with previous episodes of Portraits of EU families in London: https://eurochildren.info/category/portraits-of-eu-families-in-london/
Mihai and Malvina are both from the same town in Northern Romania but they met in London. He is Romani, she is of Hungarian descent. Mihai is a campaigning and advocacy worker and Malvina is now looking after baby David who was born in London four days after we met them.
Piotr is a claims adjuster, Ewelina an economist. Both are originally from Poland but met in France. They moved to London in 2005. Patrick (8) and Isabella (5)are born in the UK. They all have British passports.