We have written about the Eurochildren project before when they were looking for participants for their project. On their website you can now read some of the stories of European families living in London. You can also find their their publications, which ranges from the Naturalisation and (dis)integration for EU families in Brexiting Britain, the impact of the UK-EU agreement on citizenship rights for EU families, and mapping excersises of how the profile of EU citizens have changed over the years.
The aim of the project is three-fold: 1) profile and map the population of UK- and EU-born children of EU nationals in the UK, 2) investigate how families with at least one EU27 member experience and respond to the process of exiting from the European Union, and 3) examine the impact of the EU referendum and its aftermath on different age cohorts of UK-born Eurochildren.
You can find more information about the project, and read the family stories, on their website.