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Impact assessment tools for policy makers on the European and the national level (D11.3)

February 24, 2017

Since the Treaty of Maastricht (1992), every person holding the nationality of a European Union (EU) Member State is automatically a citizen of the EU and is granted an additional set of rights. In 2007, the Lisbon Treaty strengthened EU citizenship by making the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights…

CROSS-TASK ANALYSIS (D7.7)

In the legal EU context, fundamental rights, including civil rights, have recently not only gained visibility, but also acquired an increasing significance. This is particularly so since the entry into force of the Treaty of Lisbon (2009), which turned the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights into a…

The quest for a European civic culture – The EU and EU Citizenship in policies and practices of citizenship education in seven EU member states (D8.10)

Since the Treaty of Maastricht (1992) all nationals of EU member states hold EU citizenship too. EU citizens hold EU citizenship rights in addition to their national rights. These rights include civil, social, economic and political rights. Holding these rights does not guarantee actual…

EUROPEAN POLICY BRIEF: REVISITING THE FOUNDATION OF EUROPEAN UNION CITIZENSHIP: MAKING IT RELEVANT TO ALL EUROPEAN UNION CITIZENS

February 10, 2017

REVISITING THE FOUNDATION OF EUROPEAN UNION CITIZENSHIP: MAKING IT RELEVANT TO ALL EUROPEAN UNION CITIZENS Policy scenarios and recommendations from bEUcitizen, a research project on the barriers to realise and exercise citizenship rights by European Union citizens Written by Marie-Pierre…

EUROPEAN POLICY BRIEF: MOBILITY AND CITIZENSHIP IN EUROPE: FROM THE WORKER-CITIZEN TO INCLUSIVE EUROPEAN UNION CITIZENSHIP

February 3, 2017

MOBILITY AND CITIZENSHIP IN EUROPE: FROM THE WORKER-CITIZEN TO INCLUSIVE EUROPEAN UNION CITIZENSHIP Policy scenarios and recommendations from bEUcitizen, a research project on the barriers to realise and exercise citizenship rights by European Union citizens Written by Bridget Anderson,…

EUROPEAN POLICY BRIEF: PRECARIOUS VERSUS PROTECTED CARE WORK IN THE EUROPEAN UNION: FINDING THE RIGHT BALANCE

PRECARIOUS VERSUS PROTECTED CARE WORK IN THE EUROPEAN UNION: FINDING THE RIGHT BALANCE Policy scenarios and recommendations from bEUcitizen, a research project on the barriers to realise and exercise citizenship rights by European Union citizens Written by Trudie Knijn & Rosanne…

EUROPEAN POLICY BRIEF: TOWARDS A MORE LEGITIMATE FORM OF DIRECT DEMOCRACY IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

TOWARDS A MORE LEGITIMATE FORM OF DIRECT DEMOCRACY IN THE EUROPEAN UNION Policy scenarios and recommendations from bEUcitizen, a research project on the barriers to realise and exercise citizenship rights by European Union citizens Written by Francis Cheneval   Drawing on research…

EUROPEAN POLICY BRIEF: LIMITED SOCIAL RIGHTS AND THE CASE FOR A EUROPEAN MINIMUM INCOME SCHEME

LIMITED SOCIAL RIGHTS AND THE CASE FOR A EUROPEAN MINIMUM INCOME SCHEME Policy scenarios and recommendations from bEUcitizen, a research project on the barriers to realise and exercise citizenship rights by European Union citizens Written by Martin Seeleib-Kaiser   This policy brief…

EUROPEAN POLICY BRIEF: EUROPEAN POLITICAL CITIZENSHIP 2030: POSTDEMOCRACY WITH POPULIST ACTIVISM OR AN INTEGRATED POLITICAL AND SOCIAL CITIZENSHIP?

EUROPEAN POLITICAL CITIZENSHIP 2030: POSTDEMOCRACY WITH POPULIST ACTIVISM OR AN INTEGRATED POLITICAL AND SOCIAL CITIZENSHIP? Policy scenarios and recommendations from bEUcitizen, a research project on the barriers to realise and exercise citizenship rights by European Union citizens Written…

CASE STUDY (II) ON FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION IN THE CONTEXT OF THE MEDIA

December 21, 2016

The objective of WP7 is to study, from the perspective of EU citizenship, specific problems EU citizens face in exercising civil rights and liberties in areas which fall within the scope of EU law, but also in areas beyond the scope of EU law. In the EU legal context, fundamental rights, including…