5 edition of European Union citizenship found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 134-137).
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The European Union itself does not issue ordinary passports, but ordinary passport booklets issued by its 27 member states share a common format. This common format features a coloured cover (for which burgundy is recommended but not compulsory: all countries except Croatia follow this recommendation) emblazoned—in the official language(s) of the issuing country (and sometimes its. Robin Cook, immigration and citizenship in an enlarged european union the political dynamics of intra eu mobility authors mcmahon simon this book provides a comprehensive overview of the politics of immigration and citizenship in the european union going at the origins of the debate on what it truly means to be a european.
Obtain European Union Residency & Citizenship by investing €2M Euros in Real Estate or Purchasing a Property From € In his opening contribution to this debate about the future of free movement in the European Union, Floris de Witte concludes that ‘free movement must be celebrated and defended as the core of EU citizenship, as a right that is available for all million EU citizens, and as an idea that benefits all those citizens – whether they make use of it or not.’ [emphasis mine] One of the key.
This publication is based on papers given at the international conference «Citizenship and Solidarity in the European Union – from the Charter of Fundamental Rights to the Crisis: The State of the Art», which took place in the School of Law at the University of Minho, Portugal, in May Economic Citizenship in the European Union Employment Relations in the New Europe; No Comments. Economic Citizenship in the European Union Employment Relations in the New Europe. Citizenship of the European Union - Wikipedia.
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This book deals with each of these questions and covers all aspects of European citizenship. It is entirely devoted to analysing this new and promising status, studied from a multiplicity of perspectives by a number of outstanding scholars and researchers from most of the member states European Union citizenship book the European : Massimo La Torre.
Providing new perspectives on constitutionalism in the EU, this book considers the way the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) discusses and applies the EU citizenship Treaty norms by analysing the court’s approach to decision making, which mirrors the balancing and weighing of conflicting : Anne Wesemann.
And to which extent have their citizenship policies been affected by new immigration and integration into the European Union. Citizenship Policies in the New Europe describes the citizenship laws in each of the twelve new countries as well as in the accession states Croatia and Turkey and analyses their historical background.
Citizenship Reviews: 1. The European Union: A Citizen's Guide is a very interesting, thought-provoking introduction to the EU--what it is, how it came to be, what it could come to be and the trials and tribulations that face it as political traditions across Europe fall victim to apathy and populism/5.
Citizenship in the European Union Constitutionalism, Rights and Norms. Elgar Studies in European Law and Policy Anne Wesemann. The book proposes a new approach to constitutional analysis of the EU and its legal framework, arguing that the existence of constitutional rights norms within EU law enables this particular legal order to respond.
This open access book raises crucial questions about the citizenship of the European Union. This book collects a wide range of answers to these questions.
The book is structured as a series of three conversations in which authors respond to each other. Cambridge Core - European Law - EU European Union citizenship book and Federalism - edited by Dimitry Kochenov.
This open access book raises crucial questions about the citizenship of the European Union. Is it a new citizenship beyond the nation-state although it is derived from Member State nationality. Who should get it. What rights and duties does it entail. Should EU citizens living in other Member States be able to vote there in national elections.
Howard's research shows that despite remarkable convergence in their economic, judicial, and social policies, the countries of the European Union still maintain very different definitions of citizenship.
Based on an innovative measure of national citizenship policies, the book accounts for both historical variation and contemporary by: 'In this important contribution to the analysis and construction of European Union citizenship, Charlotte O'Brien provides her characteristic blend of rigorous legal scholarship and compelling social vision.
She identifies challenging questions about the relationship between justice and vulnerability that should concern the shaping of law at all levels of governance.'Professor Niamh Nic.
First, it looks at the relationship between citizenship of the Union and European identity and assesses how immigration and access to nationality in the Member States impact on the development of a common European identity.
Secondly, it discusses how the idea of solidarity interacts with the boundaries of EU citizenship as constructed by the. Citizenship in the European Union (EU) comes with the ability to work, travel, or study anywhere in the EU without a visa.
The road towards citizenship can take several years. To receive EU citizenship, you must actually apply for citizenship in an EU country. The process for citizenship varies from country to : K. The treaty formally introduced the legal concept of the European citizenship. A European citizen must hold the nationality of an European nation.
Belonging to the European Union does not replace nationality and each European country is required to come up with conditions for the loss and acquisition of the nationality of the country. This book critically engages with the concept of European identity and citizenship, and the role of the European Union in diaspora, membership and emigration policies.
It presents original research on European governance of emigration and citizenship and considers European. Drawing upon socio-legal research, this insightful book considers labour migration within the context of ('eastward') European Union enlargement.
Specifically, this volume explores the legal rights of accession nationals to access employment, their experiences once in work and their engagement with broader family and social entitlement. By combining analysis of the legal framework governing.
Whether you’re looking for inspiration for your lessons or concrete information on European history, citizenship, or something as specific as reducing individual energy consumption, you should find useful material on Learning corner, tailored to the age-group of your students.
A European passport is a passport of any member country of the European Union, but at the same time it is an EU passport because it gives the rights to live, work and study in any EU country. Apart from citizenship rights of an EU citizen, an EU passport opens borders of many countries worldwide.
According to (art. 20 of the) Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (one of the “constitutional” basis of the EU) “every person holding the nationality of a Member State shall be a citizen of the Union”. This status “shall be additional to and not replace national citizenship”.
Citizenship of the Union shall be additional to national citizenship and shall not replace it. ” – Treaty of Lisbon,Title II Article 8 “ Let me say quite clearly that I can see no conflict between being a British citizen, a proud British citizen even, and a committed European.
This book is open access under a CC BY license. This Open Access book investigates European citizenship after Brexit, in light of the functionalist theory of citizenship. No matter its shape, Brexit will impact significantly on what has been labelled as one of the major achievements of EU integration: Citizenship of the Union.
In times of deep challenges to the European Union, the arguments made in this book should be seriously considered by both critics and advocates of citizenship education; and, irrespective of where one stands in the debate, by those concerned with the democratic and civic deficits that spread deeper into the social and political structures of Cited by: 1.This book examines the changing role played by the European Union and international standards on loss and acquisition of nationality.
It provides a comparative analysis of EU Member States regulations, administrative practices, court rulings and statistical data on questions related to loss of nationality and European citizenship. The book’s title, The Transformation of Citizenship in the European Union, may lead to some confusion because—given the recent focus on human and social rights—it would be reasonable for a reader to expect this book to be another contribution to the scholarly analysis of those rights.