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Research project

EU-CITZEN - Academic network to perform research services on issues pertaining to Citizenship of the Union rights and related policies

EU-CITZEN established a new Academic Network on European Citizenship Rights aimed at providing the EC with the best independent scholarly knowledge and advice on Citizenship of the Union rights and related policies, and their implementation in EU Member States and other third countries of relevance.

This project is funded by the European Commission, DG JUST.

EU-CITZEN secured inter-disciplinary expertise and a forum for discussion on all issues and questions to be covered in the European Commission’s 2019 Citizenship of the Union Report and the 2019 European elections. EU-CITZEN brought together a network of academic and research institutions and a Brussels-based think tank, along with a pool of national experts, which were uniquely positioned to deliver the multifaceted set of tasks envisaged in the tender specifications.

The Network was designed in order to be able to provide all the services and tasks in a rigorous and structured manner in the highest academic standards. For this, the Network counted with a think-tank based in Brussels with a strong managerial and research capacities, well-known universities, a pool of country experts and an experienced Advisory Committee.

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