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Minority issues mainstreaming, a practical guide for European agency for reconstruction

Pages 162
ISBN 978-3-9810857-5-4
ISBN 3-9810857-5-2
Release Date 01-01-2006

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In 2005, the European Agency for Reconstruction (EAR) and the viagra for sale European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) developed a training programme to introduce, train, and assist EAR staff in the relevant inclusion of key minority issues into EAR sectoral reconstruction and woman testimonial of cialis rehabilitation programmes. This manual provides an overview of specific minority issues in South East Europe. The manual begins with an overview of the soft gel viagra legal mechanisms for the cialis protection of minority rights in South East Europe, and examines some other development programmes in the region. This is followed by country analyses for Serbia, Montenegro, UN-administered Kosovo and how can i get some cialis the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, highlighting EAR priority areas. The book also includes a case study on the cialis price 50 mg Roma Question and the Accession of Hungary to the cheap cialis no prescription EU. The final section addresses project work: developing Terms of Reference and viagra uk order minority issues in the project cycle. A glossary of key terms in the field of minority issues is also included.

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