A People's Europe: Turning a Concept into Content

1st Edition

Stratos V. Konstadinidis

Published July 30, 2018
Reference - 240 Pages
ISBN 9781138608641 - CAT# K388860
Series: Routledge Revivals

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First published in 1999. The aim of this book is to assess the impact of the rules of Community law or absence thereof of some issues which directly and intimately affect the level and quality of living in the European Union and to concentrate on problems experienced first- hand by a number of ordinary people working and living within the EU. Thus, the topics covered range from an attempt to define some key features of the nebulous and controversial concept of ‘citizenship of the Union’ to policy networks and implementation of the Union’s structural funds. Furthermore, in assessing and addressing intensity of the integrationist effort needed, academic specialists tackle the sex, religion and race aspects of discrimination within the Union, critically examine the EU immigration and asylum policy and the limited rights and particular treatment that various categories of third country nationals enjoy under Community and/or national law, analyse the external dimension of the Community’s Human Rights policy and seek to establish whether or not any common ground exists between the cultural identities of the Member States.


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