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16. European yearbook of minority issues Vol. 16, 2017
Impressum: Leiden ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, 2019
Seiten: VI, 258 pages
ISBN: 978-90-04-37346-4
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Abstract: In this volume, the Thematic Articles section addresses such topical and controversial issues as indigenous peoples in the context of climate change and perspectives for the integration of ‘old’ and ‘new’ minorities. The International Developments section offers a deeper understanding of the international organizations’ approach to such pan-European challenges and developments as minority issues in the criminal justice system; cultural activities and facilities, including the media; participation, citizenship and trans frontier exchanges. The section on National Developments presents case studies that cover some noteworthy developments, such as kin-state policies of Serbia, Romania, Hungary and Russia; referenda in Catalonia and Scotland; and major events in Romania, Russia, Macedonia, and Georgia.
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