6 edition of Towards a European nationality found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Randall Hansen and Patrick Weil.|
|Contributions||Hansen, Randall., Weil, Patrick, 1956-|
|LC Classifications||KJE5124 .T69 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 320 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||320|
|ISBN 10||0333740157, 0312234708|
|LC Control Number||00027116|
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Towards A European Nationality: Citizenship, Immigration and Nationality Law in the EU st Edition by NA NA (Author), Patrick Weil (Author), Randall Hansen (Author) & 0 moreCited by: It explores the hypothesis that two factors, the experience of large-scale non-European immigration and the need to integrate a large and growing third country national population, have forced a convergence in European nationality law.
The book accords attention to the role of gender and decolonisation in reforms to nationality law. Towards a European nationality: citizenship, immigration, and nationality law in the EU.
[Randall Hansen; Patrick Weil;] -- The authors examine the effects of large scale non-European immigration and the integration of a large and growing third country national population in Europe. This book challenges mainstream arguments about the de-ethnicization of citizenship in Europe, offering a critical discussion of normative justifications for ethno-cultural citizenship and an original elaboration of principles of membership suitable for contemporary liberal democratic states.
Towards a European nationality: citizenship, immigration and nationality law in the EU. Adopting a comparative approach, the book examines the evolution of nationality law across the European Union.
Nationality: The Missing Link between Citizenship of the European Union and European Migration Policy Towards a Citizenship of the Association.
On the Future of Non-Discrimination, Preferential Treatment and the Standstill Clauses in the EU-Turkey Association RegimeAuthor: Annette Schrauwen, Thomas Vandamme.
Citizenship of the Union shall be additional to national citizenship; it shall not replace it. This provision of the Draft Constitution repeats, in slightly different wording, Article 17 (1) EC (introduced in by the Treaty of Maastricht on the European Union): (3) Citizenship of the Union is hereby established.
Developing a contractariantheory of federation, an account of the basis of a Europeancitizenship will be offered in which federalism emerges out of anoverlapping consensus of European citizens on the terms of theirpolitical association. `European Citizenship' and `European Identity' are discussedin the context of the so-called `European Union', and not in thewider context of Europe Cited by: conceptions of membership and identity in European citizenship laws.
Core readings: Hansen, Randall and Patrick Weil () Citizenship, Immigration and Nationality: Towards a Convergence in Europe. In: Hansen, Randall and Patrick Weil (eds.) Towards a European Nationality, Palgrave: of European citizens on the terms of their political association.
'European Citizenship' and 'European Identity' are discussed in the context of the so-called 'European Union', and not in the wider context of Europe 'as a whole', or for that matter on an even broader 'cosmopolitan' scale.
However, the. Book Description. The connection between immigration and citizenship in Europe is an increasingly important Towards a European nationality book.
This timely and informative book investigates three main aspects of the issue: the degree to which European citizenship encourages the development of a European identity; the impact of European citizenship at the nation-state level in Italy and the UK in regard to domestic policy.
While the first part sets out the approach towards (dual) nationality in Public and Private International Law as well as Towards a European nationality book EU Law, the second part consists of an overview of the dual nationality regimes in France, Italy, the Netherlands and by: Towards A European Nationality: Citizenship, Immigration and Nationality Law in the EU Hardcover – April 18 by NA NA (Author), Patrick Weil (Author), Randall Hansen (Author) & 0 moreAuthor: NA NA, Patrick Weil, Randall Hansen.
15 Colum. Eur. () reviewed by Gregory A. -in-Chief, Columbia Journal of European Law. There are few topics that generate more interest in contemporary European scholarship than the development of a pan-European citizenship.
Towards European citizenship ; A passport Union ; The granting of special rights. European bonds are our contributions to an inclusive European citizenship. We are glad to accept this responsibility together. “Glück auf!” - as we say in the Ruhr area - wishing good prospects of a successful journey heading towards a united and inclusive Europe as a joint aim of the sustainable future net-work between our four districts.
that the European Union should move towards European nationality, replacing the present nationalities of the Member States, it will be very useful to compare the ideas about and contents of citizenship and nationality in several states withCited by: 1. The European ‘We’: From Citizenship Policy to the Role of Education 81 Europe is not only a geographical headland or heading that has always given itselfAuthor: Maria Olson.
In the context of European ethnography in particular, the terms ethnic group, people, nationality and ethno-linguistic group, are used as mostly synonymous, although preference may vary in usage with respect to the situation specific to the individual countries of Europe. 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 country%(55). Citizenship of the European Union (EU) is afforded to qualifying citizens of European Union member was given to the citizens of member states by the Maastricht Treaty, at the same time as the European Community was gaining its own legal treaty established a direct legal relationship between that new legal identity and its citizens by establishing a directly elected.
The series’ purpose is to discover the true level of national identity within the European Union – whether specific state-nationality prevails, whether that nationality is solid and, if not, whether a consolidated process of pan-European nationality is taking the place of the state-nationality : Yehuda Cohen.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Benedict Richard O'Gorman Anderson (Aug – Decem ) was an Irish political scientist and historian, best known for his book Imagined Alma mater: King's College, Cambridge (B.A.).
Topics covered in the book include: recent trends in nationality laws; what ethnic diversity does to social citizenship; the decline of multiculturalism yet continuing rise of antidiscrimination policies; and the new state campaigns to upgrade and re-nationalize citizenship in the post period.
Tony Venables is the Founder of ECIT — a foundation working on European Citizenship. He started his career as a European civil servant, before heading up the consumer group BEUC (European Bureau of Consumer Unions) and setting up ECAS (European Citizen Action Service).
He is the author of the book Piecing Together Europe’s Citizenship. Andrew Geddes is Professor of Politics and Co-Director of the Faculty of Social Sciences Migration Research Group at the University of Sheffield. He was awarded a European Research Council Advanced Investigator grant for –19 to analyse the drivers of global migration governance through comparison of Europe, North America, South America and Asia-Pacific.
A major theme of both the Treaty on European Union, signed at Maastricht on 7 Februaryand the Treaty of Amsterdam, signed in Octoberis the endeavour to create a common European identity. As France allows dual citizenship, British citizens who qualify can consider an application for French citizenship to maintain access to living in the European Union (EU).
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all democratic societies. The European Union has long been active in the fight against discrimination and in promoting equal opportunities, and with the Amsterdam Treaty in came new, far-reaching powers to take action to combat discrimination based on sex, racial or ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age or sexual Size: KB.
About this book Introduction This book surveys a new trend in immigration studies, which one could characterize as a turn away from multicultural and postnational perspectives, toward a renewed emphasis on assimilation and citizenship.
Explaining Attitudes Towards Immigration Policies in European Countries: The Role of Human Values Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 38(5) May with.
Women and the Law in Poland: Towards Active Citizenship The changes taking place in the political and economic systems of the former communist states of central and east Europe create a unique opportunity to examine how these transformations influence the situation of women in the law, the role of women in influencing new legislation, as well.
Nationalism, ideology based on the idea that the individual’s loyalty and devotion to the nation-state surpass other individual or group interests.
Although it is often thought to be very old, nationalism did not become a great determining factor in history until the end of the 18th century. The European Book Prize is a European Union literary award established inorganized by the association Esprit d'Europe. It seeks to promote The European Book Prize is a European Union literary award established inorganized by the association Esprit d'Europe.
It seeks to promote European. The only official study guide for the citizenship test is Discover Canada: The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship, available from Citizenship and Immigration Canada at no you have applied for citizenship and are preparing for the citizenship test, your.
Giuseppe Mazzini (), the founder () of Young Italy, was perhaps the leading figure in liberal nationalism. He saw the creation of a democratic Italian state as crucial to Italy's development. Europe no longer possesses unity of faith, of mission, or of aim. Such unity is a necessity in the world.Book the Life in the UK Test This is the only official government service for booking the Life in the UK Test.
You need to take the test as part of your application for British citizenship or.The Austrians — Considered a mix of the best & worst aspects of Germany and the Balkans, Austrians are considered laid-back but very nationalistic and racist.
They’re said to be the birthplace of Hitler, but never came around to being fully apologetic about the Holocaust (unlike Germany). Neutral feelings from most ofWestern Europe.