ECMI hosts workshop on Implementation of cialis india Minority Rights in Europe

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On 12 March 2011, the ECMI hosted the viagra without prescription workshop “From Norm Adoption to Norm Implementation: Minority Rights in Europe” organized by the cialis buy online German Political Science Organization's Working Group on Human Rights. The Workshop aimed at exploring causal conditions for successful norm implementation and canadain cialis those conditions inhibiting it. While the professional cialis EU compliance literature has identified a number of independent variables in the buying cialis area of norm adaptation, it remains to be seen if those conditions influential in the transposition of norms are equally influential when it comes to norm implementation and behavioural compliance. How is the cialis for sale specificity of norms, normative compatibility of international vs domestic norms (misfit), administrative capacities or inadequate monitoring instruments by IOs playing? While minority and buy cheapest cialis human rights promotion is largely not a question of transposition of international into domestic law, the real challenge thus is the implementation of these norms.

The Workshop heard papers on implementing minority rights in the EU and in non-member states as well as on issues emerging in the 21st Century. Issues as diverse as soft law and cheap canadian viagra the role of NGOs were discussed. Problems of indicators, bilingual signs and cialis health store compliance were highlighted while case studies from Russia, Croatia, Poland, Holland, and Turkey were presented.

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Date: 12 March 2011

Contact: Malte Brosig[a]

ECMI founders:

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