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Arab Views on Democratic Citizenship—and on EU Support

Much has been said about the EU’s general response to the Arab spring. And much has been written about regimes’ resistance to the far-reaching reform demanded by protestors across the Arab world. We have been engaged in a project exploring one very specific dimension of these political trends and social debates: the question of how citizens in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) understand the concept of democratic citizenship.

Read more at: http://carnegieeurope.eu/2015/10/22/arab-views-on-democratic-citizenship-and-on-eu-support/ikh3
Much has been said about the EU’s general response to the Arab spring. And much has been written about regimes’ resistance to the far-reaching reform demanded by protestors across the Arab world. We have been engaged in a project exploring one very specific dimension of these political trends and social debates: the question of how citizens in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) understand the concept of democratic citizenship.

Read more at: http://carnegieeurope.eu/2015/10/22/arab-views-on-democratic-citizenship-and-on-eu-support/ikh3
Much has been said about the EU’s general response to the Arab spring. And much has been written about regimes’ resistance to the far-reaching reform demanded by protestors across the Arab world. We have been engaged in a project exploring one very specific dimension of these political trends and social debates: the question of how citizens in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) understand the concept of democratic citizenship.

Read more at: http://carnegieeurope.eu/2015/10/22/arab-views-on-democratic-citizenship-and-on-eu-support/ikh3
Much has been said about the EU’s general response to the Arab spring. And much has been written about regimes’ resistance to the far-reaching reform demanded by protestors across the Arab world. We have been engaged in a project exploring one very specific dimension of these political trends and social debates: the question of how citizens in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) understand the concept of democratic citizenship.

Read more at: http://carnegieeurope.eu/2015/10/22/arab-views-on-democratic-citizenship-and-on-eu-support/ikh3
Much has been said about the EU’s general response to the Arab spring. And much has been written about regimes’ resistance to the far-reaching reform demanded by protestors across the Arab world. We have been engaged in a project exploring one very specific dimension of these political trends and social debates: the question of how citizens in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) understand the concept of democratic citizenship.

Read more at: http://carnegieeurope.eu/2015/10/22/arab-views-on-democratic-citizenship-and-on-eu-support/ikh3
Much has been said about the EU’s general response to the Arab spring. And much has been written about regimes’ resistance to the far-reaching reform demanded by protestors across the Arab world. We have been engaged in a project exploring one very specific dimension of these political trends and social debates: the question of how citizens in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) understand the concept of democratic citizenship.

Read more at: http://carnegieeurope.eu/2015/10/22/arab-views-on-democratic-citizenship-and-on-eu-support/ikh3

Introduction

Much has been said about the EU's general response to the Arab Spring. And much has been written about regimes' resistance to the far-reaching reform demanded by protesters across the Arab world. We have been engage in a project exploring one very specific dimension of these political trends and social debates: the question of how citizens in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) understand the concept of democratic citizenship.

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