Human Mobility Rights in the EU: Looking back to see beyond
NAVSCHEN aims to unveil and to critically analyse transnationally interconnected historical primary sources on the roots, debates and conditions for the implementation of the European Union (EU)’s free movement of persons (FMP). Furthermore, it will address the empowering value of these normative legacies to tackle current challenges to human mobility rights in the European integration process, including its global governance reverberations. NAVSCHEN will also undertake the EU’s changing approaches to belonging and displacement, the agency of emerging factors of exclusion and the evolving solidarity priorities of the EU’s FMP. These key variables will be studied from the inception of the Schengen Area in 1985 in order to elucidate answers to more contemporary human mobility ‘crises’ with a focus on policy responsibility.
Funding SchemeMSCA-IF-GF - Global Fellowships
Partner organisations contribute to the implementation of the action, but do not sign the Grant Agreement.
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