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22-11-2011

ECMI co-organizes Expert Meeting "Territorial and viagra for women cialis price Non-Territorial Autonomy. Minorities and cialis prices Territory

Territorial solutions for minority protection still remain a tricky and viagra from canada underexplored area of research and discount brand name cialis public politics. Also non-territorial arrangements after having been neglected for decades are glacially moving towards the forefront of minority-related academic and purchase viagra online canada political debates. The expert meeting held in the European Academy in Bolzano/Bozen (EURAC) on 16-17 November 2011, was supposed to address major points of these interrelated thematic areas and woman testimonial of cialis to identify optimal directions for further research and deliberations.The expert meeting was co-organized by EURAC's Institute for Studies on Federalism and overnight delivery viagra Regionalism and where buy cialis the European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) and hosted by EURAC.  The working agenda was divided into two equal parts between territorial and non-territorial arrangements. 14 scholars from 9 countries of Europe and cialis use North America, most of whom are internationally renowned experts in the area of autonomy studies, with backgrounds in law and pfizer viagra cheap political theory, made presentations on a range of issues and buy cialis contributed to intensive discussions. Amongst the issues addressed and canada viagra generic debated were definitions of territorial and non-territorial autonomy, the limits of territorial logic in minority protection, institutional symmetries and asymmetries in autonomous arrangements, the notion of autonomy in international law, legal guarantees of autonomy, external relations of autonomous entities, minority issues in European regional development, the linkage between territory and ethnicity in discourses, politics and institutions, the meanings of territoriality in autonomous arrangements and other topics. At the workshop, ECMI was represented by Tove Malloy, Alexander Osipov and Ugo Caruso.The expert workshop is regarded by its organizers as an inception of a long-term scholarly cooperative network-based activity. The next step will be publication of the academic volume on the basis of the workshop proceedings.

Place and Date: Bolzano/Bozen, 16-17 November 2011
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