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26-09-2006

Six EU Member States present their evaluation of National Action Plans

FLENSBURG – On 17th October 2006, The European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) in Flensburg will host a dissemination conference to present the research results of the project on ‘The Aspect of Culture in the Social Inclusion of Ethnic Minorities’.
The research teams involved in this project that evaluates the National Action Plans on Social Inclusion of six EU member states, will share the result of their research, and a comparative analysis of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the six Member States’ National Action Plans will be presented to invitees from different Ministries, Embassies and relevant institutions from Germany, Denmark, neighboring countries, and the six EU member states taking part in the evaluation.
The project has received funding from the European Community under the European Community Action Programme to combat Social Exclusion 2002-2006. It aims at evaluating the National Action Plans on Social Inclusion of Estonia, Latvia, the Czech Republic, the Slovak Republic, Slovenia and Sweden and brings together senior researchers from different institutions of these member states: Institute for European Studies, Audentes University, Tallinn, Estonia; Baltic Institute of Social Sciences, Riga, Latvia; Research Institute of Labour and Social Affairs, Prague, Czech Republic; Center for Ethnic Studies, Bratislava, Slovakia; Institute for Ethnic Studies, Ljubljana, Slovenia; Department of Sociology, Lund University, Lund, Sweden.

For further information please contact
Ulrike Schmidt
tel. 0461 14149 – 50
Fax 0461 14149 – 19
email schmidt@ecmi.de

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