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EUCITAC – Access to Citizenship in Europe
13 March 2009

FIERI participated in the project, coordinated by the Department of Political and Social Sciences at the European University Institute (EUI), as external collaborator and country expert. This research activity, built on two earlier pioneering projects – NATAC and CPNEU – led to the creation of a web-based observatory on citizenship legislation and policies in all member states and accession candidate states of the EU and some neighbouring countries. The observatory has been nested within a major new web platform European Democracy Observatory (EUDO) at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS, at the EUI) as well as within the EUROPA institute site at Edinburgh University. EUCITAC was aimed at providing a comprehensive information resource on citizenship in Europe for governments, researchers, migrant organisations and NGOs, identifying major trends and problems in citizenship policies as a basis for informed policies and community action. The project is funded by the EU Fund for the Integration of Third Country Nationals (Community Actions 2007).

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START DATE PROJECT
01/01/2009
END DATE PROJECT
31/03/2013
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EUCITAC – Access to Citizenship in Europe
13 March 2009

FIERI participated in the project, coordinated by the Department of Political and Social Sciences at the European University Institute (EUI), as external collaborator and country expert. This research activity, built on two earlier pioneering projects – NATAC and CPNEU – led to the creation of a web-based observatory on citizenship legislation and policies in all member states and accession candidate states of the EU and some neighbouring countries. The observatory has been nested within a major new web platform European Democracy Observatory (EUDO) at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS, at the EUI) as well as within the EUROPA institute site at Edinburgh University. EUCITAC was aimed at providing a comprehensive information resource on citizenship in Europe for governments, researchers, migrant organisations and NGOs, identifying major trends and problems in citizenship policies as a basis for informed policies and community action. The project is funded by the EU Fund for the Integration of Third Country Nationals (Community Actions 2007).

With the contribution of:
THEMATIC AREAS
PROJECT STATUS
Concluso
START DATE PROJECT
01/01/2009
END DATE PROJECT
31/03/2013
TAG
Nessun tag disponibile
EUCITAC – Access to Citizenship in Europe
13 March 2009

FIERI participated in the project, coordinated by the Department of Political and Social Sciences at the European University Institute (EUI), as external collaborator and country expert. This research activity, built on two earlier pioneering projects – NATAC and CPNEU – led to the creation of a web-based observatory on citizenship legislation and policies in all member states and accession candidate states of the EU and some neighbouring countries. The observatory has been nested within a major new web platform European Democracy Observatory (EUDO) at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS, at the EUI) as well as within the EUROPA institute site at Edinburgh University. EUCITAC was aimed at providing a comprehensive information resource on citizenship in Europe for governments, researchers, migrant organisations and NGOs, identifying major trends and problems in citizenship policies as a basis for informed policies and community action. The project is funded by the EU Fund for the Integration of Third Country Nationals (Community Actions 2007).

With the contribution of:
THEMATIC AREAS
PROJECT STATUS
Concluso
START DATE PROJECT
01/01/2009
END DATE PROJECT
31/03/2013
TAG
Nessun tag disponibile
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