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Day 145, Year of #Mygration: Citizenship, the State and Civil Society with Dr Tendayi Bloom and Dr Sara de Jong

Dr Tendayi Bloom in discussion with Dr Sara de Jong

This week we are sharing a series of podcasts produced by a team of academics at The Open University, which look at a different aspect of 'Citizenship' each day. In this podcast Dr Sara De Jong, a Research Fellow and Dr Tendayi Bloom, a Lecturer in Politics & International Studies, discuss whether or not states create the citizens. Can citizenship exist without a state? Can people exercise citizenship without formal citizenship? What are about the citizenship of people such us EU nationals living in other EU countries?


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