- British High Court rules that a Jamaican who did not become British citizen because of illegitimacy was discriminated against
Published on: 21/07/2014
- Why citizenship matters for migration in Europe. An interview with Rainer Bauböck
Published on: 17/07/2014
- CJEU strikes down the language test for spouses reuniting with Turkish citizens in Germany
Published on: 10/07/2014
- German Parliament adopts the new bill on the 'option duty'
Published on: 08/07/2014
- Joint parliamentary committee proposes to the UK government to allow prisoners to vote
Published on: 30/06/2014
- The new powers of deprivation of citizenship in the UK
Published on: 28/06/2014
- New York state moves to create 'state citizenship'
Published on: 27/06/2014
- Slovakia codifies its electoral law, with little substantive changes
Published on: 26/06/2014
- Ontario Supreme Court finds Canada’s five year limit for voting from abroad unconstitutional
Published on: 19/06/2014
- Swiss parliament adopts a major reform of its citizenship law
Published on: 16/06/2014
- New EUDO Citizenship forum debate on Independence referendums
- The Aftermath of Annexation
- A new full country profile for Liechtenstein now available
- The new EUDO Citizenship Database on Access to Electoral Rights now complete with data for resident citizens, non-resident citizens and non-citizen residents
- ILEC: Involuntary Loss of European Citizenship (ILEC) site
- Global rise in toleration of dual citizenship by emigration states
- ACIT: Access to Citizenship and
its Impact on Immigrant Integration
- Updated country reports on citizenship laws
Publications on Citizenship
edited by Engin F. Isin and Peter Nyers, Routledge, 2014
by Jonas Helgertz, Pieter Bevelander, Anna Tegunimataka, in European Jounal of Population, July 2014
(Migrant Citizenship: Progressive inclusion and transnational migration)
by Anuscheh Farahat, Springer (2014)
by Andy Mason, in Journal of Social Philosophy, Volume 45, Issue 2, pages 137–161 (2014)
Welcome to EUDO CITIZENSHIP
Democracy is government accountable to citizens. But how do states determine who their citizens are? EUDO CITIZENSHIP allows you to answer this and many other questions on citizenship in the EU member states and neighbouring countries.
On this website you can find updated information on loss and acquisition of citizenship, national and international legal norms, citizenship statistics, bibliographical resources, comparative analyses and debates about research strategies and policy reforms.
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Joseph H. Carens, University of Toronto