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Editorial of May 2016

by Pedro Madeira Froufe, Editor
and Joana Covelo de Abreu, Junior Editor

Competition, Public Procurement and Citizenship

Last 18th April 2016, the transposition deadline for new public procurement Directives passed: Directives 2014/23/EU, 2014/24/EU and 2014/25/EU. 506 more words


Leave or remain? Diary of an EU citizen in the UK

Bitter sweet pre-EU referendum diary by Nando Sigona coming to term as many EU long-term residents in the UK with a referendum in which so much is at stake for them but with no right to vote. 7 more words


U-Impact International Conference "Effective Citizen Impact on EU Policy"

On May 18, 2016, U-Impact partner European Citizen Action Service ECAS carried out  an international conference on European Citizenship summing up the results of citizen engagement throughout the U-Impact project and beyond and addressing the major challenges EU citizenship is facing in the current crisis in Europe. 27 more words

Effectiveness Of Citizen Participation

Irish British Subjects


While perhaps well known to that small band of nationality lawyers around the world who take pleasure in obscure, forgotten and anachronistic classes of citizenship and nationality, it is not more widely appreciated that there remains a limited class of Irish citizens who are, by virtue of holding Irish citizenship, also considered to be British subjects. 3,599 more words


Leave or remain? Diary of an EU citizen in the UK (1)

‘Leave or remain?’ I have overheard many such conversations lately, on the train to work in Birmingham, in my favourite cafes on Cowley Road in Oxford, queueing for a bus. 309 more words

Migration And Mobility

EU migrants and access to benefits: where's the controversy?

By Jenny Phillimore @japhillimore

This week Jeremy Corbyn, on a visit to Brussels, is expected to criticise David Cameron’s call for an ‘emergency brake’ on benefits for new migrants. 779 more words


Latin Americans moving to the UK: How did cuts and migration policy reforms affect them?

Latin Americans that moved to the UK from EU countries with high unemployment rates are living in increasingly precarious circumstances – usually under financial hardship and even in debt. 451 more words

Migrant Communities