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

EU citizenship is about a set of rights complementing one’s national citizenship. EU citizenship is also about active membership of a European community, about influencing decision-making on rules, policies and practices that affect one’s own national and local societies. The opportunities and capacities to exercise these rights and to participate differ between countries, between groups and in time. Social, cultural and economic trends and crises as well as policy responses to these…

Which rights clash with each others? May economic rights clash with civil, political and social rights? Prof. Sybe de Vries offers insights on conflicting rights and on the concerns that might arise when citizens exercise their economic rights on the digital single…

The population of EU is growing older and older and is in increasing need of long term care. Migrant care workers are used in several EU countries to provide care to those in need, but their condition is not always well regulated. In this video Professor Trudie Knijn explains the relation between "right to receive care" and the "right to give care" in a protected way. Watch the video

What was the debate about that ultimately led to the BREXIT vote? Was the vote about migration? Was it about welfare standards and immigrants? And how will the BREXIT impact on European Citizens? Prof. Martin Seeleib-Kaiser, Prof. Bridget Anderson and Prof. Birte Siims offer their insights into how BREXIT…