This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 320294

EU
Search by

EU Citizenship Teaching Packages for secondary school pupils (Deliverable 11.6)

July 20, 2017

In this paper we present the outline of a series of five teaching packages for secondary school pupils in the age group of 14-16/17. These teaching packages all address a specific dimension of EU citizenship. More attention for EU Citizenship is relevant for several reasons. It first refers to the…

Scenarios for EU citizenship in 2030 – Repertoires for action in thinkable futures (Deliverable 11.5)

Authors: Wieger Bakker and Marlot van der Kolk European Union (EU) citizenship is both about a legal status - a set of civil, social, economic and political rights complementing one’s national citizenship - and about being an active participating member of the EU political community. EU…

Work-related Conditionality and the Access to Social Benefits of National Citizens, EU and Non-EU Citizens

This article contributes to an understanding of how conditionality applies across social security and immigration policies in restricting the access to social benefits of national citizens, EU and non-EU citizens. Specifically, the article builds on Clasen and Clegg’s (2007) framework of…

Gender and generational dimensions in accessing to Social Rights by EU mobile citizens (Deliverable 9.2)

Authors: Luppi Matteo; Santero Arianna; Naldini Manuela; Knijn Trudie This study investigates, from a gender and generational perspective, the actual possibilities and impediments that EU mobile citizens experience in their access to social rights. The report covers a wide spectrum of welfare…

The European Ombudsman: democratic empowerment or democratic deficit? (Deliverable 8.9)

Authors: Tom Binder, Marco Inglese and Frans van Waarden This deliverable analyses the impact of the European Ombudsman in the European Union’s democratic life through his power to investigate cases of maladministration committed by European institutions. Accordingly, this deliverable is…

Final Report on dissemination activities (D12.5)

The purpose of Deliverable 12.5 - Final Report on Dissemination structure is to report all dissemination activities and communication tools which have been developed, implemented and applied during the project lifetime. In particular, bEUcitizen dissemination instruments and activities…

Non-competition interests are no competition for ‘Market Europe’: does EU competition law hamper the exercise of political rights? (D8.2)

July 13, 2017

This report has been drafted within the context of work package (WP) 8 of the bEUcitizen project. This WP focuses on political rights and thus aims to elaborate on the perceived tension between economic rights and political rights of European Union (EU) citizens. The present report contributes to…

Research paper on Cross-task analysis: “The practical linguistic barriers faced by economically active EU citizens” (D5.6)

Multilingualism shapes the European cultural identity as well as its legal system. Nonetheless, some aspects of the EU’s plurilingual character do not simply represent a cultural enrichment, but are also of crucial importance in dealing with the exercise of European citizenship rights and may…

Report on ‘Israel: Religion and Ethnicity as Basis for Different Minority Rights’ (D4.8)

June 2, 2017

The Israeli citizenship regime is a moving target. Some basic social, ethnic and political divisions which are captured by the categories of nationality, ethnicity, class, gender and religiosity are redefined by day-to-day administrative, regulatory and political processes. In these ways, Israeli…

Report on Croatia: A Serbian Minority Inside and a Croatian Diaspora Outside? (D4.7)

The existing research on the Croatian citizenship defines several stages of the development of the Croatian citizenship regime (Ragazzi & Štiks 2009; Djuric 2010; Štiks 2010b; Koska 2011; 2012; Ragazzi, Štiks & Koska 2013; Baričević & Hoffman 2014). The first decade of Croatian…