- Portugal includes anti-terrorist measures in nationality act
Published on: 22/06/2015
- Portugal grants citizenship to grandchildren of Portuguese citizens
Published on: 22/06/2015
- Spanish Congress passes law granting citizenship to Sephardic Jews
Published on: 17/06/2015
- United Kingdom: High Court overturns decision of the Home Office to refuse citizenship to a child on character grounds
Published on: 16/06/2015
- Canadian Government now able to revoke citizenship of dual citizens convicted of terrorism
Published on: 10/06/2015
- Greece: New bill proposes to reintroduce citizenship by declaration for children born or raised in Greece
Published on: 03/06/2015
- EU citizens residing in the UK not eligible to vote on referendum on Europe, says No 10
Published on: 26/05/2015
- Greece: New citizenship bill now opened for public consultation
Published on: 15/05/2015
- 40% of Malta's tax revenue in 2014 came from investment-based citizenship and residence programmes, says PM
Published on: 07/05/2015
- ECHR to examine legality of automatic extension of Russian citizenship to Crimean residents
Published on: 04/05/2015
- GREECE: New bill proposes to reintroduce citizenship by declaration for children born or raised in Greece
- Bloodlines and Belonging: Time to Abandon Ius Sanguinis?
- CALL FOR PAPERS - 'Spreading citizenship: Dynamics of Norm Diffusion in Europe and the Americas'
- NEW PUBLICATION: Citizenship Deprivation - A Normative Analysis
- UPDATED CITLAW INDICATORS: New Countries available
Publications on Citizenship
By Richard Bellamy in European Law Journal (June 2015)
By David Reichel and Bernhard Perchinig in the Austrian Journal of Political Science (March 2015)
by Gregory Baldi & Sara Wallace Goodman, Western European Politics (22 May 2015)
Welcome to EUDO CITIZENSHIP
Democracy is government accountable to citizens. But how do states determine who their citizens are? EUDO CITIZENSHIP allows you to answer this and many other questions on citizenship in the EU member states and neighbouring countries.
On this website you can find updated information on loss and acquisition of citizenship, national and international legal norms, citizenship statistics, bibliographical resources, comparative analyses and debates about research strategies and policy reforms.
Testimonials"This website is a critical tool for all scholars and policy makers interested in the field of citizenship"
Elspeth Guild, Professor of European Migration Law, University of Nijmegen