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New post (New JEMIE is ONLINE: Volume 17, Issue 3/2018) has been published on ECMI InfoChannel - infoecmi.eu/index.php/new-u2026

The Framework Convention and socio-economic equality ecmi.de/uploads/tx_lfpu2026

Building bridges in diverse societies: the role of states ecmi.de/uploads/tx_lfpu2026

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Congrats: The German UNESCO Commission has decided to put the peaceful togetherness of majorities and minorities in the Danish-German border region on their list of immaterial cultural heritage. The representatives... facebook.com/ECMIFlensburg/u2026

Final Event " Youth for Empowerment": Today is the day!

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Here is the link to the new website minorityforum.info

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The ⁦@TLIBudapest⁩ introducing the new website for participants in the #MinorityForum in cooperation with the Human Rights Consortium of University of London - lots of data to be collected and searchable

This week, we are at the @UNGeneva attending the annual UN #MinorityForum on Statelessness: A Minority Issue. Clearly a major problem in many countries. Thanks to Special Rapporteur @fernanddev for putting this on the agenda.

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