GLOBALCIT welcomes three new RAs

GLOBALCIT welcomes three new Research Associates. In 2019, Ashley Mantha-Hollands, Luuk van der Baren and Merve Erdilmen will work on the EU-CITZEN project.

EU-CITZEN is an academic network providing the European Commission with the best independent scholarly knowledge and advice on EU citizenship and related policies. The project provides cross-disciplinary expertise on issues covered in the European Commission’s 2019 Citizenship of the Union Report. The network is led by the Brussels-based Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), and partners include European University Institute, ICCR Budapest Foundation, Maastricht University and Tallinn University of Technology.