RESEARCH AT RGSL / ENACT – European Citizenship

Researchers: Kristine Kruma, Laura Meijere, Ivars Indāns, Sandra Baltruka

Period: 1 January 2007 - 31 January 2010

The project ENACT was a 'Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities' programme with the call FP7-SSH-2007-1 by the European Commission. The project co-ordinator is the Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance (CCIG) at the Open University's Faculty of Social Sciences. ENACT was a consortium which brought together researchers from three member states of the European Union (UK, Belgium and the Netherlands), two new member states (Hungary and Latvia) and a candidate state (Turkey) to explore in depth how European citizenship is claimed, disputed, built -- in short, enacted. The consortium assessd  European citizenship as enacted by citizens as well as non-citizens (third country nationals, refugees, illegal aliens, states).

More information here: http://www.enacting-citizenship.eu/

Deliverables:

Publications regarding EU citizenship in Latvia are available here: http://www.enacting-citizenship.eu/index.php/sections/deliverables/cat/wp8_eu_citizenship_in_latvia/