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The Robert Schuman Centre reports that the voting app 'euandi 2019', developed by a team of academics at the EUI and the University of Lucerne, reached over 1.28 million users prior to the European Parliament elections on 26 May. The app provided users with information on 272 political parties across Europe, and suggested matches based on on preferences across 22 questions.
by Richard Bellamy and Dario Castiglione
Ever since Maastricht, the democratic legitimacy of the EU has been a key concern of policy makers, citizens and academics alike. This issue is essentially a normative one. This collection of articles maps the intellectual and scholarly debates that have shaped our understanding and our expectations of the EU’s possible futures.
by Michele Grigolo
This book tracks the genesis, institutionalisation and implementation of human rights in cities, focussing on New York, San Francisco and Barcelona. Touching also upon matters such as women’s rights, LGBT rights and migrant rights, The Human Rights City emphasises how human rights can serve urban justice but also a neoliberal practice of the city. This volume is the published version of Grigolo's 2009 doctoral thesis in SPS.
Edited by Marise Cremona and Joanne Scott
This book addresses the global reach of EU law across a range of policy areas. The authors argue that this reach shapes the EU's external identity and its relations with other legal regimes, both enabling and constraining the EU's external action. The volume is based on the eponymous specialised courses held during the Law of the European Union summer course at the Academy of European Law in July 2016.
edited by Martin Ruhs, Kristof Tamas and Joakim Palme
This book, available in open access, provides a unique combination of scholarly research and personal experience from a group of experts and specialists in migration and integration policies, as well as media studies and public opinion. Contributors to the volume explore the interplay between social science research, public debates, and policy-making in the area of international migration and integration.