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date: 04 December 2020

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This article addresses the joint challenge presented by migration, globalization, and multilevel governance, where citizenship within and beyond the nation state is renegotiated. It illustrates the classic national citizenship models, the extension of rights—as defined by recent citizenship scholarship—and the differences in citizenship rights in multicultural societies. The article provides an analysis of the gendering of citizenship and discusses citizenship in a global age. It also considers European integration and the politics of human rights.

Keywords: citizenship, migration, globalization, multilevel governance, national citizenship models, extension of rights, citizenship rights, gendering, European integration, human rights

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