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Citizenship in the Age of Transnationalism: Towards a Shared Human Identity

EasyChair Preprint no. 12414

8 pagesDate: March 7, 2024


This paper explores the evolution of citizenship in the context of transnationalism and advocates for a shift towards a shared human identity as the foundation for citizenship in the 21st century. Drawing on cosmopolitanism and global citizenship theories, the paper argues that embracing a shared human identity can foster inclusivity, solidarity, and cooperation across borders. It examines the implications of transnational citizenship for political participation, social rights, and belonging, highlighting both the opportunities and challenges inherent in this paradigm shift. Through case studies and empirical analysis, the paper offers insights into the practical manifestations of transnational citizenship. It identifies strategies for promoting a sense of belonging and civic engagement in an increasingly interconnected world. Ultimately, it advocates for the reconceptualization of citizenship based on shared humanity, promoting the values of empathy, equality, and mutual respect in building a more just and inclusive global community.

Keyphrases: human, identity, Shared

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  author = {Julia Anderson and Robert Oroy},
  title = {Citizenship in the Age of Transnationalism: Towards a Shared Human Identity},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 12414},

  year = {EasyChair, 2024}}
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