Marking the 60th anniversary, the students of the ECMI Summer School 2015 learnt about the Bonn-Copenhagen Declarations and the history and minority issues in the Danish Border Region. As a part of the summer school, a simulation exercise took place, supervised and moderated by Prof. Tove Malloy. The exercise aimed at drawing inspiration from the Danish-German example for drafting similar declarations for the Polish-Lithuanian case.
Sunday afternoon, 9 August 2015. After successful application process and long travel, international students from 11 different countries have gathered in Jaruplund Højskole to participate in ECMI Summer School 2015 on National Minorities and Border Regions.
The European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) is looking for four participants to take part in a simulation game on the topic of “Fighting right-wing populism in Europe”, which will take place from the 29th of August to the 3rd of September 2015 in Budapest, Hungary.
The ECMI Library offers a highly specialized collection on inter-ethnic relations, minority issues and ethnic conflict in Europe. The Library’s collection is especially strong in the area of minority protection with regards to international law. Further information
The Minority Map and Timeline of Europe (MMTE) is an online interactive and hands-on research tool that provides an impartial perspective and evaluation of minorities, minority issues, and minority-majority relations within all states and regions of Europe. The MMTE is an ongoing flagship project of ECMI. Further information