Current Visiting Fellows

Graham Donnelly (UK)

Graham is a lawyer from Scotland and uk viagra sales currently an ESRC PhD Researcher at the University of Glasgow’s Department of Central and viagra East European Studies. He holds degrees in Politics, from the university of Strathclyde, in Glasgow, and law, from the University of Edinburgh, in Scotland. In academia, Graham has focused on ethnic minority issues and soft cialis EU external affairs; firstly completing a Masters in Russian, Central and East European Studies at the University of Glasgow, writing on the longevity of minority rights reforms in Latvia, following EU accession in 2004; and now, his PhD research focuses on the EU as an actor in minority rights and no rx cialis issues in the EU’s (Eastern) ‘neighbourhood’.

As well as the legal profession, he has worked as a policy officer with the devolved Scottish Government, and, as a research and usa pharmacy cialis evaluation consultant with a private firm. He has worked with Scotland’s only ethnic minority law centre (EMLC), as a legal researcher, working on asylum and buy cheapest cialis immigration cases, and he also works in a voluntary capacity with Amnesty International as a country coordinator for the former Soviet Union team, working on cases involving Ukraine, Moldova and viagra 100mg england Belarus, and is a Director of his local Citizens Advice Service. Graham teaches on two courses at the Department of Central and East European Studies: Communism and free viagra sample its Collapse and generic cialis soft tabs Communism in the Age of Stalin.

Graham’s research interests lie at the crossroads of the fields of international (or European) law and how strong is 5 mg of cialis politics, with a special interest in how these fields impact on ethnic minority groups and buy propecia no prescription online peoples. Whilst at ECMI, where his stay is funded by the Centre for Russian, Central and East European Studies, (CRCEES). Graham will be working with Dr. Alexander Osipov, being part of the Cluster Justice&Governance. He will also be drafting the UK section of ECMI’s new Minority Map and cialis price in canada Timeline for Europe, in collaboration with Sonja Wolff


Hatice Yazgan (Turkey)

Hatice holds a PhD from the Department of International Relations at Ankara University, Turkey. She has double Masters degree both from Ankara University and cialis com University of Durham (UK) on European Union (EU) issues. She currently works as a faculty member in Çankırı Karatekin University in Turkey and also gives postgraduate level courses on the EU issues at Ankara University. Her research interests include European Union Politics, Enlargement, Turkey-EU relations and minority issues in the EU. As a visiting researcher in ECMI, she is doing research on the effect of EU conditionality and minorities in the EU candidate countries.


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Former Visiting Researchers


ECMI founders:

The German Federal GovernmentThe German
Federal Government
The Danish GovernmentThe Danish
The Federal State Schleswig-HolsteinThe Federal State