EU citizenship. By Eurogems. What is citizenship ?. â€¢ What is â€˜ citizenship â€™? â€¢ Citizenship , Identity , Nationality â€¢ Formal and legal concepts of citizenship â€¢ Historical and cultural understandings of citizenship â€¢ Modern concepts and practices of citizenship
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• a juridical and political status, a civic contract between the State and individual.
• a social role and needs a civic literacy and certain competencies to effectively exercise the citizen status.
• between individuals and social groups
• betweenindividuals and society
• between social groups
• between the nationalcultures
• European citizenship is a concept of citizenship as citizen-citizen relation, based on human rights and responsibilities of people. Citizenship which can be defined ‘European’ supports the process of construction of a new Europe.
• The citizenship of the European Union is clearly different category (see the Constitution of the European Union). Similarly constructed as the concept of national citizenship
• Set of rights and liberties that State/European Union grants its citizens
• Ensures access to public life and participation in politics
• Strongly connected to nationality and territory (certified by passports)
• is not abstract and static status, can be lived
• can be chosen as one of the identities of an individual
• makes the civil society and the achievements of the ‘civil’ democracy more important
• practice of a moral code, a code that has concern for the rights and interests of others
• the rights of individuals are limited by the similar rights of other individuals
• dissociates citizenship from belonging to a particular territory (country)
• Is not completely new dimension of youth training
• working with European Citizenship should not be limited to the promotion of awareness
• youth work should also provide a space where young people and youth workers can experience and practise the European citizenship as active social role.
- (NATIONALITY) only
- firstly (NATIONALITY) and thenEuropean
- firstly European and then (NATIONALITY)
- As (NATIONALITY) as European (SPONTANEOUS)