13 Mar 2014

The Social Impact of Migration and the Notion of Citizenship for the EU: Ensuing challenges and opportunities for the Union

Elspeth Guild

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Documenting the unwelcoming treatment extended by government officials to the poorest EU citizens from other member states, including denying them their EU rights, Elspeth Guild censures these officials for shattering the principle of equality of citizens and of disaggregating Europe into nationals of the member states who can be treated differently simply on the basis of their origins.

Elspeth Guild is Jean Monnet Professor ad personam, Radboud University and Queen Mary London and Associate Senior Research Fellow CEPS.

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