By Lena Dominelli, Mehmoona Moosa-mitha
Citizenship as a standing assumes that each one these encompassed by way of the time period 'citizen' are incorporated, albeit in the obstacles of the countryside. but citizenship practices could be either inclusionary and exclusionary, with far-reaching ramifications for either nationals and non-nationals. This quantity explores the idea that of citizenship and its practices inside of specific contexts and realms to spot no matter if its claims to inclusivity are justified. it will express no matter if the exclusionary dimensions skilled by way of a few voters and non-citizens are associated with deficiencies within the proposal, country-specific guidelines or the way it is practised in several contexts. The interrogation of citizenship is necessary in a globalising international the place crossing borders increases problems with variety and the way citizenship prestige is framed. This increases the problem of human rights and their defense in the countryside for individuals whose life vary from the present ones. in addition to highlighting the significance of human rights and social justice as indispensable to citizenship, it affirms the function of the countryside in safeguarding those concerns. It does so through development on Indigenous peoples' insights approximately linking citizenship to connections to other folks and the surroundings and arguing for the inalienability and portability of citizenship rights assured jointly via overseas point agreements. those matters are of specific problem to social staff on condition that they have to act based on the rules of democracy, equality and empowerment. even if, citizenship matters are usually inadequately articulated in social paintings thought and perform. This ebook redresses this by way of supplying social employees with insights, wisdom, values and abilities approximately citizenship practices to let them to paintings extra successfully with these excluded from having fun with the entire rights of citizenship within the geographical regions during which they stay.
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Ensuring portability and comprehensive coverage alongside a holistic, inclusive citizenship that cares about and for people and the environment could pose financial challenges for nation-states and international bodies to resolve. Defining Citizenship Citizenship has been defined as a universal status that accords individuals human, civic, political social and welfare rights (Marshal, 1950). Citizenship is rooted in birth or legitimate residence within a particular nation-state and excludes by definition those not ‘belonging’ to it, making citizenship contingent on territory.
Supra-national developments have transcended the implications of citizenship rights rooted in the nation-state by initiating agreements to accord these to a range of people living within a region composed of diverse nation-states rather than one specific country. For example, the European Union (EU) grants citizenship rights that include social, political, welfare and civic rights and freedom to cross ‘national’ borders to all citizens living within it. Some argue that this arrangement constitutes the ‘European citizen’, reflected in everyone having the same colour passport.