Month: February 2019


Conversations for the Future of Europe: 2. Free Movement and Social Rights Conditionality

In our second Conversation we turned to one of the most hotly debated topics in EU politics, namely the conditionality of access to social rights by EU citizens living and working in other member states. Our first speaker, Martin Seeleib-Kaiser, Professor of comparative public policy at the University of Tübingen, situated the challenge of social rights […]