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Workshop: European Union Citizenship and inequalities in times of disintegration – critical perspectives
This workshop explores aspects of EU citizenship in a continuing crisis of the European Union, with a focus on solidarity, welfare, inequalities … and “Brexit”
Dr. Clemens Rieder (Queen’s University Belfast):
The Grammar of (EU) Citizenship in the Context of Welfare
The presentation will discover how EU law aects existing territorial and membership boundaries and what the implications are for the national welfare state.
Dr. Patrycja Dabrowska-Klosinska (Belfast/Warsaw):
Dierentiating citizenship and excluding vulnerable migrants?
A critical appraisal of the ECJ’s case law on family reunication
The presentation engages critically with the CJEU’s case-law on family reunion. It argues that the case law reinforces the objective inequality between dierent groups of mobile people (EU, non-EU, Turkish citizens, EU in internal situations) regarding the right to family reunion, while not doing justice to the position of some specically vulnerable and de-privileged groups.
Prof. Dora Kostakopoulou (University of Warwick):
“Brexit” and EU Citizenship
This presentation challenges the wide-spread assumption that naturalisation in the state of residence is the best option for EU citizens stranded in the UK and UK citizens stranded in the EU after “Brexit”, highlighting the conceptual dierences between mere national and EU citizenships. The speaker explores a range of possible citizenship templates and proposes an ‘EU protected citizen’ status for EU citizens, adapting in the light of the latest developments of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.
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