Re-centring political equality as a good of citizenship: a response to proposals to decentralise the naturalisation process.

Contribution to GlobalCit Forum: Unblocking access to citizenship in the global South: Should the process be decentralised? 2nd September 2020

Forum Contents:

Unblocking access to citizenship in the global South: Should the process be decentralised, kickoff contribution by Bronwen Manby

Unblocking access to citizenship in South America: policy-makers, courts and other actors by Diego Acosta

More Citizenship, More Inequities? Lessons from Localised U.S. Naturalisation, by Irene Bloemraad

Decentralise the Procedure but not the Law? Cautionary Lessons from Switzerland’s Multilevel Citizenship, by Barbara von Ruette

Unblocking access to citizenship in China: Is Decentralisation Even Possible?, by Sanzhuan Guo

Is the devolution of naturalisation sufficient to address the persistent challenges of citizenship in the global South? Cautionary lessons from India and South Africa, by Sujata Ramachandran

How meso-level institutions and civil society mediate access to citizenship in East Asia, by Erin Aeran Chung

Re-centring political equality as a good of citizenship: a response to proposals to decentralise the naturalisation process, by Christine Hobden

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