British Citizenship: Precious, Costly, and Precarious

Citizenship still matters; its absence denotes precarity. As Covid19 travel restrictions reminded us, at its international core lies the right to enter one’s country and reside therein. Domestically, in most jurisdictions, citizenship serves as an eligibility criterion for electoral participation; excluded non-citizens have limited capacity to advance their rights through the political process.

Read Ruvi Ziegler’s full post on the Oxford Human Rights Hub.

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