Monthly Archives: February 2020

Exposing their motives…

I moved to Estonia back in 2010 out of a love for Europe and the drying up of opportunities in my hometown in the UK after the financial crisis. I found work quickly, fell in love quickly and very soon … Continue reading

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No longer my country…

I came to the UK 25 years ago, recruited by the government for my language skills, on a very low wage, especially for London. I came because I liked the opportunity of living in another EU country for a few … Continue reading

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When the rules get changed in mid game…

In 1997 I moved to Spain and spent the next 13 years raising my 3 sons as beautiful, bi-lingual Europeans. Then, in 2010, I came back for a few months to sort out my marriage to my second husband. The … Continue reading

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Storms in my heart…

Long, long ago I left Iraq for political reasons. I lost „home“ there and never quite got over that. I went to Germany, I became German because my mother was German. That was lucky but I couldn’t settle or integrate … Continue reading

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Where is home…?

Brexit happened at last and I am fine. Or so it seems. I have been trying to name the feeling that has dominated the last few weeks. I have revisited the four and half years I have spent here. I … Continue reading

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In Limbo: Brexit testimonies from EU citizens in the UK

Watch the book trailer for the moving and powerful collection of testimonies collected by Elena Remigi and Véronique Martin, edited by Elena Remigi, Véronique Martin and Tim Sykes, with a foreword by George Szirtes.

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Freedom of Movement is beautiful – #FoMisBeautiful

Freedom of movement is a wonderful achievement and an asset – we value and cherish it and don’t want to lose it for any of #the5million currently #InLimbo – EU27 citizens in the UK and British citizens resident in the … Continue reading

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France24 Interview with Elena Remigi

France24 news anchor Eve Irvine  interviews Elena Remigi, founder of the In Limbo Project live on Wednesday 30th January 2019. Eve: Elema Remigi who has been living in the UK for over a decade and has put together two not-for-profit books compiling the personal … Continue reading

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CBC interview with Elena Remigi – January 2019

Founder of the In Limbo Project and editor of both In Limbo books Elena Remigi is interviewed by Canadian Broadcast Corporation  (CBC) news reporter Briar Stewart in Maidenhead on Monday 14th January 2019. The interview took place the on the day before … Continue reading

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Liverpool – Sunday 16th December 2018

After 905 days or 2 years and 175 days of being #InLimbo please listen to this heartfelt and brilliant speech by In Limbo Project Admin and Advocate Cosi Doerfel Hill Speech by Cosi Doerfel Hill in Liverpool, on Sunday 16 December 2018 … Continue reading

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