Charity looking to explore the views of EU nationals living in the UK after Brexit vote
A mental health charity which provides support to Scotland’s central eastern European community is looking to find out the true impact of the Brexit vote.
Feniks Counselling, Personal Development and Support Services has created a survey exploring the views of the EU nationals living in the UK on the results of the referendum.
Anyone willing to take part can fill out the survey by clicking here but you only have until Sunday 4 September to do so.
As well as trying to record EU nationals opinion of the result the survey also tries to capture whether EU nationals are considering staying in the UK or leaving given the new socio-political situation.
“The results of the EU Referendum had a tremendous impact on the EU nationals living in the United Kingdom,” a spokesperson for Feniks said.
"We wanted to find out about their initial reactions to the result and whether it has had an impact on their feeling of belonging and safety in the UK.”
The findings of the survey will be made public by the end of September.