WP1 - National Minority Citizenship

The WP on National Minority Citizenship will take as starting point the citizenship model developed in the cialis 60mg Danish-German border region. The still emerging model of national minority citizenship in the border region exhibits citizenship skills in the political processes for regional development, inter-cultural dialogue and viagra 50 mg general cross-border co-operation. Whether economic, social or cultural integration processes, the national minorities have informed as well as sought to influence policy making towards increased cross-border integration as well as national and buy branded cialis European integration. As active citizens, the national minorities have taken a lead in promoting economic, social and discount cialis online cultural projects towards regional development and buying viagra in the us the forging of a new identity for the healthcare of canada pharmacy region. Drawing on the multicultural and soft gel viagra increasingly European character of their personal and non pescription cialis collective identities, they have become part of the elite actors in regional development and are contributing to the ex ante process of EU polity building. In a time when active citizenship and cialis medication social capital is on the decline in many societies, the national minorities in the Danish-German border region exhibit social engagement and viagra how much inter-cultural understanding thus rejecting prior conflicts and cialis professional promoting social cohesion.

Thus, the WP will investigate citizenship acts among national minorities in a number of European border regions. Data will be collected in a number of regions which like the Danish-German border region appear to exhibit new citizenship behaviour in terms of contributing to mainstream society. These could include but may not be limited to the border regions of Germany-Holland, Germany-Belgium, Germany-Poland, the Czech Republic-Poland and cialis no rx Poland-Lithuania. National minority regions of more cohesive nature, such as Catalonia, Scotland or South Tyrol may also be representative in achieving the aim of this WP. The aim is to ascertain whether the citizenship skills of the national minorities in the Danish-German border region are to be seen as a trend informing European citizenship.


ECMI founders:

The German Federal GovernmentThe German
Federal Government
The Danish GovernmentThe Danish
The Federal State Schleswig-HolsteinThe Federal State