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EU Citizenship and Social Rights: Entitlements and Impediments to Accessing Welfare

Edited by:  Frans Pennings, Martin Seeleib-Kaiser

ISBN13: 9781788112703
Published: March 2018
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £100.00



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In the 1990s, the Maastricht Treaty introduced the right to free movement for EU citizens. In practice, however, there are substantial barriers to making use of this right, particularly to integration and to accessing the social and welfare rights available.

This is particularly true when it comes to accessing social rights, such as social assistance, housing benefit, study grants and health care. This book provides a detailed description and thorough analysis of these barriers, in both law and practice.

Subjects:
Human Rights and Civil Liberties, EU Law
Contents:
Preface
1. Intra-EU Migration and Social Rights: An Introduction Martin Seeleib-Kaiser and Frans Pennings

PART I Applicable supranational legal standards
2. The European Social Charter as a Basis for Defining Social Rights for EU Citizens Andrzej Marian Swiatkowski and Marcin Wujczyk
3. EU social citizenship: Between individual rights and national concerns Catherine Jacqueson

PART II Freedom of Movement, EU Citizenship and Social Rights: Comparative Perspectives
4. (Dis)united in diversity? Social policy and social rights in the EU Cecilia Bruzelius, Catherine Jacqueson and Martin Seeleib-Kaiser
5. Legal Barriers to Access of EU Citizens to Social Rights Frans Pennings
6. Social Human Rights as a Legal Strategy to Enhance EU Citizenship Sara Stendahl and Otto Swedrup

PART III EU Citizenship and Social Rights: Various Dimensions
7. The Need of Residence Registration for Enjoyment of EU Citizenship in Sweden Katarina Hylten-Cavallius
8. Social rights, labour market policies and the freedom of movement: contradictions within the European project? Nadine Absenger and Florian Blank
9. Roma Persons and EU Citizenship Philip Martin, Lisa Scullion and Philip Brown
10. EU Citizens' Access to Social Benefits: Reality or Fiction? Outlining a Law and Literature Approach to EU citizenship Pauline Phoa
11. The Construction of Social Rights Hartley Dean

PART IV Conclusion
12. Conclusions Martin Seeleib-Kaiser and Frans Pennings

Index