Transnational participation and citizenship: immigrants in the European Union
This paper examines the transnational organisation of immigrants settled in different European countries. It analyses - based on empirical evidence – the multiple interactions between transnational networks, nation-states and supranational institutions and their role in the emergence of a European space. It questions (1) the role of transnational participation in defining a transnational solidarity, (2) its role in defining a European identity and citizenship and (3) the relationship between...[Show more]
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