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ECMI Annual Programme 2015

With this publication, the European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) presents its research and action projects planned for 2015.

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ECMI Pressroom

Welcome to the ECMI Pressroom, where media can access key resources and the latest on minority issues in Europe:

Press Releases and Announcements:

Call for Participants in the Simulation Game “Fighting Right-Wing Populism in Europe”

Call for Participants in the Simulation Game “Fighting Right-Wing Populism in Europe”

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.
[Read more on ECMI InfoChannel]
Vietnamese Visitors at ECMI: Learning about EU Policies and the Border Region

Vietnamese Visitors at ECMI: Learning about EU Policies and the Border Region

Two Visiting Fellows from Vietnam are visiting ECMI to explore the Danish-German border region and learn about EU policies.
[Read more on ECMI InfoChannel]
From Flensburg to San Sebastian: Ensuring Language Diversity in All Societies

From Flensburg to San Sebastian: Ensuring Language Diversity in All Societies

ECMI Director Prof. Dr. Malloy participated in the 2nd meeting of the Organizing Committee of the European Language Diversity Summit.
[Read more on ECMI InfoChannel]
Visitors from the National Assembly of Kenya at ECMI

Visitors from the National Assembly of Kenya at ECMI

On Wednesday, 24 June 2015 a delegation of the National Assembly of Kenya visited ECMI in Kompagnietor, Flensburg. The group, led by Hon. Justin B. N. Muturi (Speaker of the National Assembly of Kenya) was introduced to the work and activities of ECMI and the history of minority-majority relations in the Danish-German border region.
[Read more on ECMI InfoChannel]
ECMI in a local media:

ECMI in a local media: "Added value through minorities"

ECMI Project Assistant Sonja Wolf presented at the Forum "Minorities in Border Regions", taking place on 17 June 2015 in Sønderborg, Denmark.
[Read more on ECMI InfoChannel]
ECMI Director Prof. Malloy: Copenhagen Document still relevant

ECMI Director Prof. Malloy: Copenhagen Document still relevant

Following the three-day conference the European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) hosted on the 1990 CSCE Copenhagen Document, ECMI Director Prof. Tove Malloy hailed the event as an opportunity for scholars and policy-makers to actively engage in discussions on minority issues, as well as learn about how certain aspects of the Document are being implemented on the ground.
[Read more on ECMI InfoChannel]

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