Is nationalism good or bad? The word “nationalism” has become increasingly loaded, so we asked an international group of people on the street what the word means to them and how they identify.
Say hello to Nando Sigona of the University of Birmingham, one of your experts in this series who will be sharing his research on migration and belonging through the lens of statelessness, citizenship, and superdiversity.
How does your nation define who belongs? Nando unpacks the differences between nationality and citizenship, how someone may begin belong, and where migration fits into it all.
These videos were produced by Migration Matters e.V. and are part of “Newcomers and Nationalism: Exploring the Challenges of Belonging in Europe,” an interactive open online course that invites refugees and non-refugee students from all over Europe and the Southern Mediterranean to learn together in an interactive, online classroom as part of the Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange project.
These videos were produced under a contract with the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, financed by the European Union’s budget. The opinions expressed are those of the contractor and do not represent the contracting authority’s official position.
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