Dialogues on 'Enacting Citizenship in time of crisis' (session at the EESC, 27 March 2013)

By Amandine Scherrer · 9 May 2013

The Oecumene team organised an event held in Brussels on the 27th of March, 2013. This video features the afternoon session dedicated to a dialogue between academics and activists. 



The aim of the afternoon session held at the European Economic and Social Council was to open a dialogue between academics and activists on a wide range of issues, such as migration, security, feminism, democracy. 

This video features the following presentations: 

Introduction by Irini Pari, EESC Member

Keynote lecture by Engin Isin (The Open University): Encouraging active and activist citizenships in Europe

Martin Deleixhe and Teresa Pullano (ULB Brussels): On Enacting the differential space of European democracy

Sergio Carrera (CEPS) and Anastassia Tsoukala (Paris XI): On EU citizens, third country nationals and insecurity discourses: the reframing of citizenship

Iker Barbero (University of the Basque Country), Martin Wilhelm (Citizens for Europe), Umut Erel (The Open University): On Migration: enacting citizenship rights. Non-citizens, undocumented migrants and migrant mothers

Anaïs Faure-Atger (Red Cross EU office) and Niccolo Milanese (European Alternatives): On Mobilities, rights and Human Rights: the case of the Roma

For more videos related to this event, please refer to the Event page. 


About the author

  • Amandine Scherrer

    Communication Manager
    Amadine Scherrer
    Open University
    Amandine Scherrer joined the Oecumene team as Communication Manager in November 2012. Amandine holds a PhD. in International Relations (Sciences-po Paris 2007) and has obtained a post-doctoral... Read more

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