In February 2021, the Supreme Court decided that Shamima Begum should not be allowed back into the UK to conduct her appeal against the deprivation of her citizenship. This decision is a victory for discretionary use of expansive state powers under minimal judicial scrutiny.
Kickoff contribution by Bronwen Manby. Comments by Diego Acosta, Irene Bloemraad, Barbara von Ruette, Sanzhuan Guo , Sujata Ramachandran , Erin Aeran Chung, Christine Hobden, Alfred Babo, Luicy Pedroza, Imke Harbers,Amal de Chickera, Yonatan T. Fessha, Lillian Frost, Ibrahima KaneRainer Bauböck and, Bronwen Manby
Three of GLOBALCIT’s co-directors (Rainer Bauböck, Jelena Džankić and Jo Shaw) want to welcome Professor Maarten Vink’s appointment as Professor of Citizenship Studies at the European University Institute, within the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies. Congratulations on this richly deserved accolade!
Christina Felfe, Martin G. Kocher, Helmut Rainer, Judith Saurer, Thomas Siedler
More opportunity, more cooperation? The behavioral effects of birthright citizenship on immigrant youth
Journal of Public Economics
Chris Nash (European Network on Statelessness). This blogpost was originally published as an editorial on the European Network on Statelessness website. Since founding in 2014, strategic litigation has always been a priority for the European Network on Statelessness (ENS) and its Read More …
GLOBALCIT and the Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy have been awarded a grant of €12,500 from the EUI and the Graduate Institute, Geneva to support a new collaborative project on ‘(Dis)enfranchising migrants: patterns and politics of granting voting rights to non-citizen residents and non-resident citizens in Read More …
Highlighting a recently published article, we analyse South American and European countries’ governance of human mobility during the pandemic the first half of 2020, its effect on migrants, and how it moved the concepts of borders and citizenship into some uncharted territories.