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ECMI Events

Every year the ECMI organizes a number of events both in Flensburg and viagra soft tabs 100 mg in the regions of our Regional offices. Conferences, seminars, workshops,  lectures and cialis online 20mg cheap price cialis other types of events are usually announced ahead of time on our main homepage or on the pages of the Regional offices.

Recurrent events include

The Advisory Council Conference

The SRAN Meeting

The annual Minority Roundtable

 

For all events that the Centre has participated in month for month, see below.

 

Events 2001

Conferences, Seminars, Lectures and Events
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January 2001

31 January

ECMI Lecture "Israel's Ethnic Democracy and buy viagra in uk the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict" by Professor Sammy Smooha, Professor of Sociology, University of Haifa, Israel.

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February 2001

09 February - 10 February

ECMI Carnegie Project Workshop "Resolving Self-Determination Disputes through Complex Power-Sharing Arrangements" in collaboration with the University of Cambridge. This two-year project is funded by the Carnegie Endowment of New York.

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March 2001

15 March - 18 March

ECMI First Standing Technical Working Group Meeting, "Issues of Documentation: Identification and viagra cost Travel", Pristina, Kosovo/a.

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April 2001

05 April

ECMI Panel at the ASN Convention, "Recent Challenges to Power-Sharing Theory", New York, USA. Chair: Dr Priit Järve (Senior Analyst, European Centre for Minority Issues)
1. Complex power-sharing as a means of overcoming self-determination disputes: a typology (Ms Carmen Kettley, and Marc Weller, Director of the European Centre for Minority Issues and viagra female Assistant Director of the Centre of International Studies, University of Cambridge).
2. Case study 1: Dayton as a system of complex power-sharing? (Mr Florian Bieber, University of Vienna and cialis on line pricing in canada Regional Representative, European Centre for Minority Issues).
3. Case study 2: Recent developments in Corsica: The "Matignon Process" and insular autonomy as a response to self-determination claims in Corsica. (Ms Farimah Daftary, European Centre for Minority Issues).
4. Case study 3: The peace-process in Northern Ireland (Professor John McGarry, University of Waterloo)Discussant: Professor Ted Gurr (Distinguished University Professor, Department of Government & Politics, University of Maryland and cialis 100 mg Director, Minorities at Risk project, Center for International Development and where to get viagra Conflict Management).

27 April

ECMI Expert Seminar "Ethnopolitical Conflict in Europe" with Professor Ted Gurr, Distinguished University Professor, Department of Government & Politics, University of Maryland and Director, Minorities at Risk project, Center for International Development and Conflict Management.

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May 2001

04 May

ECMI Lecture "Friedensarbeit an der Förde: Neue Entwicklungen am ECMI", contribution to the Europa Woche.

23 May

ECMI Expert Seminar "Minority Issues: The Northern Dimension" with Professor Lauri Hannikainen from The Northern Institute for Environmental and viagra sales canada Minority Law, University of Lapland.

26 May

ECMI Second Standing Technical Working Group Meeting "Reconstruction of Health Systems in a War-Torn Society", Pristina, Kosovo/a

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June 2001

01 June - 03 June

ECMI Workshop "Multiculturalism, Minority Education and cheap discount cialis Indicators of Integration" in Estonia, as part of the project "Accession to the EU and National Integration in Estonia and buy viagra germany canadian meds Latvia" (in cooperation with the Institute for International and Social Studies, Tallinn, Estonia).

08 June - 10 June

ECMI Workshop "Language Policy in Urban Environment" in Latvia, as part of the project "Accession to the EU and National Integration in Estonia and Latvia".

22 June - 24 June

ECMI Expert Workshop on "Forced Migrants in the Kaliningrad Region", ECMI Flensburg.

30 June

ECMI Third Standing Technical Working Group Meeting, "Human Rights and Equal Access to Judicial Services", Pristina, Kosovo/a.

30 June - 02 July

Second Meeting of the ECMI "NGO Roundtable on Inter-Ethnic Relations in FYR Macedonia", Ohrid, Macedonia. This is the second meeting of the NGO Roundtable established in Flensburg, Germany, in December 2000. This project is supported by the Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Secretariat for Peace and Stability/ FRESTA Fund) and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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July 2001

12 July - 15 July

ECMI Kosovo Standing Technical Working Group, Training Seminar on "Judicial Systems and Human Rights", Flensburg. This training seminar was kindly supported and funded by the Westminster Foundation for Democracy.

14 July - 16 July

First Workshop of the ECMI Project "Power-Sharing in Bosnia-Herzegovina: Strengthening Implementation of the Dayton Peace Accord and Lessons for Conflict Management", Sarajevo.

18 July

Presentation of ECMI and ECMI Projects to Prof. Jarik Hoekstra, Kiel University, Prof. Thomas Steensen and a Group of Frisian Language Students from Kiel University.

31 July

Presentation of ECMI and ECMI Balkan Projects to a Group of Students from Marineschule Mürwik, Flensburg.

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August 2001

07 August

ECMI Seminar "Model of Ethnic Democracy" by Professor Sammy Smooha, Professor of Sociology, University of Haifa, Israel, currently ECMI Visiting Fellow.

08 August

Presentation of ECMI and ECMI Projects to a Group of 65 students from Højskolen Østersøen, Aabenraa, DK (Minority Course 2001).

26 August - 30 August

ECMI Kosovo Standing Technical Working Group, Training Seminar on "Health Systems Policy in War-torn Societies", in cooperation with WHO, Geneva.

28 August

First Meeting of German and Danish Boarder Associations, initiated by Ms Renate Schnack, Schleswig Holstein Commissioner of the Minister President for Minority Affairs.

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September 2001

05 September

ECMI Lecture and panel discussion: "The NATO Mission in Macedonia", by Marc Weller (ECMI), Farimah Daftary (ECMI), Prof Dr Hauke Brunkhorst, Universität Flensburg, at ECMI Flensburg.

08 September - 10 September

ECMI Panels for the 4th Pan-European International Relations Conference "International Law: Managing Ethnopolitical Conflict in Europe through a New Multi-Layered Legal Regime", University of Kent at Canterbury, England. In a series of three panels speakers will consider the increasing intrusion of international legal rules and mechanisms on the 'sovereign' state.

Panel 1: Sovereignty - New Actors
"Are Minority Rights a Statist Conspiracy?" (Marc Weller, Director of the European Centre for Minority Issues and Assistant Director of the Centre of International Studies, University of Cambridge) "A Right of Equality for Minorities against the exclusive Sovereignty of the State in Contemporary International Law?" (Professor Anthony Carty,Eversheds Professor of International Law, University of Derby, England) "Keeping the State: Imposing and Enforcing Religious Toleration in Early Modern Europe" (Mr. Benja- min de Carvalho, M.Phil, University of Cambridge)

Panel 2: The Regional/Universal Layer
"Bilateral treaties in CEE - a New Interstate Framework for Minority Protection" (Dr. Kinga Gál Vice President of the Government Office for Hungarian Minorities Abroad, Hungary) "Managing the "minority problem" within the framework of a multi-layered regime: the case of Europe" (Ph.D. Candidate Petra Roter, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom) "Managing or Freezing Ethnic Conflict? Multiple Layers of Power-sharing in Bosnia" (Dr. Florian Bieber Regional Representative, European Centre for Minority Issues, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Panel 3: Institutions
"Minority Rights in SE Europe: Prospects for Implementation in Romania and Moldova" (Dr. Paul Roe, Department of International Relations and European Studies (IRES), Central European University Hungary) "Putting EU Crisis Management into Practice" (Dr. Ulrich Schneckener, Institute for Intercultural and International Studies, University of Bremen) "On the Models of Minority Rights Supervions in Europe and the Ways They Affect a Changing Sovereignty" (Dr. Gaetano Pentassuglia, Lecturer in International Law, University of Munich, Germany)

12 September

German-Danish Library Day in Flensburg

The German-Danish Library Forum, continuing a tradition started in Aabenraa earlier this year, makes possible the acquaintance of librarians in the German-Danish border area with each other and with the special library resources available in this region. Information is provided in German and in Danish. The following libraries will be introduced on this day: The Büchereizentrale/Landeszentralbibliothek, the Zentrale Hochschulbibliothek, the Stadtbücherei Flensburg, the Dansk Centralbibliotek, and the ECMI Bibliothek

14 September

Presentation of ECMI and ECMI Projects to a Group of Language Policy Students and Peter Bakker, Lektor, from Aarhus University, DK.

28 September

Preparatory meeting of the ECMI NGO Network on Inter-Ethnic Relations in FYR Macedonia, Skopje, FYR Macedonia.

29 September

ECMI Fourth Standing Technical Working Group Meeting on "STWG Activities 2001 - Review and Assessment of first six Months", Pris

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October 2001

12 October - 14 October

Second ECMI Carnegie Workshop in collaboration with the University of Cambridge.

19 October - 21 October

ECMI Workshop on "Social Dimension of Integration in Estonia", Pärnu, Estonia.

20 October - 21 October

Meeting of the Task Force of the "ECMI NGO Network for the Improvement of Inter-Ethnic Relations in the Republic of Macedonia", Flensburg, Germany.

22 October

ECMI Training Seminar - Complex Peace Support Operations in the Balkan Region. Seminar at Marineschule Mürwik, Flensburg.

27 October

ECMI Fifth Standing Technical Working Group Meeting on "SME (Small and Medium Enterprise) Development and Civil Society", Pristina, Kosovo/a.

30 October

ECMI Visit of Hungarian Ambassador Mr Laszlo Deseö.

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November 2001

01 November - 04 November

ECMI Workshop on "Perspectives of Minority Education in Latvia", Daugavpils, Latvia.

16 November

ECMI Montenegro Negotiation and Capacity Building Project, first meeting, "Education and Curriculum Development", Podgorica, Montenegro.

20 November

Meeting of German-Danish Library Forum, ECMI.

24 November

ECMI Project, "Power-Sharing in Bosnia-Herzegovina", first meeting of the Working Group on Media, Sarajevo.

27 November

ECMI presentation to a group of "Dom Wspólpracy Polsko-Niemieckiej, Haus der Deutsch-Polnischen Zusammenarbeit" from Gliwice, Poland, ECMI.

30 November

Reception to mark the fifth ECMI Anniversary, at Europäische Akademie Sankelmark, Germany. Honorary guests: Heide Simonis, Minister President of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany; Dr Cornelie Sonntag-Wolgast, State Secretary, Federal Minstry of the Interior, Berlin, Germany; Dr phil Henrik Becker-Christensen, Consul General of the Kingdom of Denmark, Flensburg.

30 November - 02 December

ECMI Conference "Implementation of Minority Rights Standards - Ethnopolitical Conflict Management in Europe" in collaboration with the Federal Union of European Nationalities (FUEN) at the European Academy Sankelmark, Flensburg, Germany.

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December 2001

08 December

ECMI Sixth Standing Technical Working Group Meeting "Economic Development and Sustainability", Pristina, Kosovo/a.

13 December

ECMI Book Launch: "Living Together: The Minorities in the German-Danish Border Region", ECMI.

14 December - 16 December

Third meeting of the ECMI "NGO Roundtable on Inter-Ethnic Relations in Macedonia", Skopje, Macedonia.

15 December

Third Workshop of the ECMI Project "Power-Sharing in Bosnia-Herzegovina". The third workshop will analyse policy and implementation of Annex 8 of the Dayton Peace Accords - protection of monuments. Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. www.ecmingonet.org.mk (ECMI NGO Network for the Improvement of Interethnic Relations in the Republic of Macedonia

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