Citizenship as a concept makes us think about certain national identity, about emotions caused by belonging to this one identity. It also makes us think about civil and political engagement and rights. On the other hand, citizenship is a concept that divides society into those who have it and those who don’t have it. One of the most recent studies of the European Migration Network (EMN) “Pathways to citizenship for third-country nationals in EU Member States” provides a comparative overview of the existing schemes framing access to national citizenship for third-country nationals across the Member States of the European Union (EU).
The choice of the conference topic stems not only from the study carried out by the EMN but also from the national debates and legislative changes in Luxembourg over the last few years, especially the new Luxembourgish nationality law of 8 March 2017.
See the conference report, agenda of the event as well as the presentations of the event attached.
Recording of the conference (in English) can be accessed via this YouTube link https://youtu.be/tDNLy39nEIE
- EMN Luxembourg_Citizenship as a value_Conference report (09112020)_FINAL
- EMN Conference agenda 30092020
- L'accès à la nationalité luxembourgeoise pour ressortissants de pays tiers
- Pathways to citizenship for third-country nationals in Luxembourg_2019
- P.Wautelet EMN Luxemburg 1 10 2020
- T. Anschau - Citizenship in the Greater Region - Germany
- R. Petry - Acquisition of citizenship in Luxembourg
- J Gilles Loi_nationalite_english
- ENS presentation_right to a nationality_children in migration_KB