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ECMI widens teaching cooperation networks

ECMI widens teaching cooperation networks

As an Associate Partner of the new Master in Central & East European, Russian and Eurasian Studies Program, the ECMI is expanding its networks and cooperation with educational institutions across Europe.
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SAVE the DATE for the ECMI Public Lecture: Policies toward Roma in Europe

SAVE the DATE for the ECMI Public Lecture: Policies toward Roma in Europe

The lecture delivered by Dr. Eben Friedman will take place at Kompagnietor on 20 November 2017 at 17:00.
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The ECMI Working Paper #100 is now online!

The ECMI Working Paper #100 is now online!

The ECMI Working Paper #100 is now online. The paper focuses on Women and Ethno-Cultural Communities in Ethiopia. In celebrating this special number, let’s look back and recap some of the most read ECMI Working Papers.
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"Multiple Minority-ness": ECMI Invites You for Its Second Public Lecture

ECMI Invites for the second Public Lecture of this semester. The lecture delivered by Dr. Reetta Toivanen will take place at Kompagnietor on 30 October 2017 at 17:00.
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SAVE THE DATE: Prof. Tove Malloy’s inaugural lecture at the Europa-Universität-Flensburg

SAVE THE DATE: Prof. Tove Malloy’s inaugural lecture at the Europa-Universität-Flensburg

On 2 November 2017, the ECMI Director Prof. Tove Malloy will hold her inaugural lecture at the Europa-Universität-Flensburg.
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“Not For Minorities, But With Them”: A New Round of ECMI Trainings in Kosovo

“Not For Minorities, But With Them”: A New Round of ECMI Trainings in Kosovo

ECMI conducted a round of trainings in two municipalities of Kosovo. Focusing on Roma communities and social services, the trainings featured presentations on practices from Schleswig-Holstein.
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History and Minorities: ECMI is a Part of the New Research Network

History and Minorities: ECMI is a Part of the New Research Network

The ECMI is a part of the new network on Historical Minority Research, established by the Sorbian Institute in Bautzen.
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