1. Introduction; Dina Kiwan 2. Learning to be 'British'? Education and Naturalisation in the UK; Dina Kiwan 3. State Paternalism and Religious Dress; Cécile Laborde 4. Diversity and Nationality: Contemporary Developments in Five European Citizenship Regimes; Nasar Meer and Tariq Modood 5. Descent, Territory, and Common Values: Redefining Citizenship in Canada; Elke Winter 6. Regional Diversity and Education for 'National' Citizenship in Ukraine: The Construction of Citizenship Identities by Borderland Youth; Antonina Tereshchenko 7. Shifting Youth Identities and Notions of 'Citizenship' in the Palestinian Diaspora: the Case of Lebanon; Kathleen Fincham 8. Conclusion; Dina Kiwan
This book examines constructions of 'national' citizenship in the context of perceived internal division, including devolution, multiculturalism, ethno-religious conflict, post-conflict and refugees, drawing on a wide range of countries such as Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, the UK, Ukraine, Canada and Palestinians in Lebanon.