Project Info: About the Consortium and Network
EUDO CITIZENSHIP is an observatory within the European Union Observatory on Democracy (EUDO) web platform hosted at the Robert Schuman Centre of the European University Institute in Florence.
|EUDO CITIZENSHIP launching conference, Florence, January 2009||The Consortium, Edinburgh, January 2010|
The Consortium in charge of the EUDO CITIZENSHIP observatory involves five partner institutions:
- European University Institute, Florence (Italy)
- University College Dublin, Dublin (Ireland)
- University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh (Scotland)
- Maastricht University, Maastricht (Netherlands)
- Migration Policy Group, Brussels (Belgium)
For a list of the consortium's collaborators, click here.
For a list of the Country Experts in charge of the various country reports, click here.
For an overview of EUDO's structure and activities for 2011, click here.
EUDO CITIZENSHIP is supported and internally evaluated by an Advisory Board.
For the period January 2009 – June 2010, EUDO CITIZENSHIP was mainly financed by the EUCITAC project funded by the European Fund for the Integration of the non-EU immigrants (EIF, Directorate General for Freedom, Security and Justice of the European Commission).
EUDO CITIZENSHIP has been selected by the European Fund for the Integration of non-EU immigrants for financing of our new research project Access to citizenship and its impact on immigrant integration (ACIT).
A second source of continuous support for EUDO CITIZENSHIP since 2009 has been the CITMODES project of the British Academy.
EUDO CITIZENSHIP builds on earlier projects analysing citizenship laws and policies in Europe, both in old and new member states of the EU.
Read more about EUDO-Citizenship in an interview with the project director Rainer Bauböck for EURASYLUM.
EUDO CITIZENSHIP was launched at the January 2009 conference in Florence.