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Nieuwe publicatie: 'The Culturalization of Citizenship'

Citizenship today is increasingly defined in terms of culture. Citizenship comes to depend more on adherence to national culture - norms, values, practices and traditions - and less on rights and socio-economic participation. But what does this culturalization of citizenship imply for human rights? The 'Culturalization of Citizenship' is a new book, edited by Jan Willem Duyvendak, Peter Geschiere and Evelien Tonkens. Lees verder>

Citizenship today is increasingly defined in terms of culture. Citizenship comes to depend more on adherence to national culture - norms, values, practices and traditions - and less on rights and socio-economic participation. But what does this culturalization of citizenship imply for human rights? A panel discussion to celebrate the booklaunch of 'Culturalization of Citizenship', edited by Jan Willem Duyvendak, Peter Geschiere and Evelien Tonkens.