This event seeks to understand the varieties of citizenship in a globalised world. It celebrates the continuous geographical and thematic expansion of GLOBALCIT, the successor of EUDO Citizenship since 2017, and creates synergies with the Global Citizenship Governance Project based at the EUI and the WZB Berlin.
Discussing new findings and evolving research agendas, the conference explores:
(a) patterns of variation among countries with regard to their citizenship regimes;
(b) global trends in citizenship reform and diffusion processes of citizenship policies; and
(c) opportunities that new emerging technologies create to existing frameworks of citizenship.