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EU Citizenship's Future

Citizenship
Comparative Politics
European Union
Federalism
Governance
Migration
Social Welfare
P123
Willem Maas
York University
Rainer Baubock
European University Institute

Friday 14:00 - 15:40 (09/09/2016)

Building: Faculty of Law Floor: 3 Room: FL305

Abstract

The CJEU asserts that "Union citizenship is destined to be the fundamental status of nationals of the Member States." Yet perceptions of EU citizens "abusing" their rights to free movement within Europe lead to calls to restrict rights of EU citizenship and free movement, and the refugee crisis places in question the Schengen system of no internal border controls within the common European space. Given such developments, the future prospects of European Union citizenship demand analysis. The papers on this panel address the question of EU citizenship's future from a variety of perspectives.

Title Details
EU Citizenship’s Future: Lessons from North America? View Paper Details
EU citizenship and access to social assistance benefits: A future-oriented perspective based on recent decisions of the European Court of Justice View Paper Details
A Return to the Local?: The Demarcations of European Social Citizenship View Paper Details
Back to the Market Roots for ‘Legal Residence’ of Citizens of the Union – Is the Court of Justice Really Scaling Back Rights? View Paper Details
Inflicting 'Civil Death' on Prisoners in Recent Case Law on EU Citizenship View Paper Details