Cities vs States: Should Urban Citizenship be Emancipated from Nationality?
This forum is a collaboration with the Global Citizenship Governance programme and the The Cities, Mobility and Membership Research Collaborative.
Published Working Paper
Bauböck, Rainer and Orgad, Liav (Eds.) (2020): Cities vs States: Should Urban Citizenship be Emancipated from Nationality? EUI Working Paper RSCAS 2020/16.
Cities vs States: Should Urban Citizenship be Emancipated from Nationality?, kickoff contribution by Rainer Bauböck
Thinking Like a City, Thinking Like a State, by Avner de Shalit
Urban Citizenship Threatens Democratic Equality, by Patti Tamara Lenard
What’s the Added Value of Legalising City-zenship?, by Josephine van Zeben
Urban Citizenship: A Path to Migrant Inclusion, by Harald Bauder
‘Zombie Urbanism’ and the Search for New Sources of Solidarity, by Sandra Seubert
From De Facto Urban Citizenship to Open Borders , by Monica W. Varsanyi
Mean cities: the dark side of urban citizenship , by Enrico Gargiulo and Lorenzo Piccoli
Local or Urban Citizenship? , by Johanna Hase
The ‘Sunk Cost’ of Local Citizenship, by Maarten Prak
What the Bremen Town Musicians Tell Us about Citizenship’s Potential, by Luicy Pedroza
The Danger Zone: Charter Cities, Citizenship, and Social Justice, by Margaret Kohn
Climate Citizenship and the Rural/Urban Divide, by Avigail Eisenberg
Local Citizenship Needs Local Sovereignty, by Alexander T. Aleinikoff
The Next Step: Coupling City-zenship to Human Rights, by Barbara Oomen
Urban Agglomeration, Constitutional Silence, by Ran Hirschl
Urban Citizenship – a Status or a Practice?, by Helmut Philipp Aust
‘Urban Citizenship’ in a Multipolar World, by Stephen Minas
Citizenship Federalism and the Ambiguous Promise of Local Citizenship, by Kenneth Stahl
A Political Promise or a Hollow Hope?, by Liav Orgad