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What are Minority Rights?

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The 9th Annual Summer School on National Minorities in Border Regions in Berlin- meet (among others): Juliane Wetzel (Zentrum für Antisemitismusforschung, TU Berlin) and Jan Rovny (CEE and LIEPP, Sciences Po) ecmi.de/trainings/summu2026 Thanks to @IdeasForEurope for the support!

EXTENDED DEADLINE! Applications for the 9th Annual Summer School on National Minorities in Border Regions (a joint initiative of ECMI and @IdeasForEurope / Coppieters Foundation ) close 31st May 2019! Join us in Berlin 1st-8th September ecmi.de/trainings/summu2026

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This clip by @IdeasForEurope and @ECMIFlensburg summarises the basics of Minority rights and how they are protected in Europe. #MinoritiesForumEurope youtu.be/0uc9g2CnJek

Recently we informed you about a supporting letter that we sent to the Hungarian Academy of Sciences as a reaction to the latest developments affecting the institution. Here is a short update mta.hu/english/mta-geu2026

The 9th Annual Summer School on National Minorities in Border Regions - Listen to the radio interview that ECMI organizer Stanislav Černega gave to the Sorbian radio rbb - application deadline is the 15th of May! infoecmi.eu/index.php/the-u2026

ECMI Senior Analyst Dr. Zora Popova is in Brussels today to attend the UN Forum on Minority Issues 2019 (Europe)

Because Minorities Matter: Find a commentary on the Danish-German border region and the UNESCO`s Intangible Cultural Heritage written by ECMI Director Prof. Malloy in Flensborg Avis​ today (page 20) e-pages.dk/flensborgavis/u2026

The ECMI at the Association for the Study of Nationalities (ASN) World Convention in New York- infoecmi.eu/index.php/the-u2026

ECMI goes Schackenborg- royal times ahead

Minority Roundtable 2019: THE ROLE OF MINORITIES IN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT- infoecmi.eu/index.php/minou2026

ECMI Senior Research Associate Sergiusz Bober presenting at ASEN Conference in Edinburgh on Danish and German minorities in regional development. - infoecmi.eu/index.php/ecmiu2026

Good Memories of the Ukrainian Study Visit last month. #dmd_studyvisit #ULEAD with Europe youtube.com/watch?v=eyl_HMu2026

The 9th Annual Summer School on National Minorities in Border Regions/ 2019 in Berlin : Only 4 days left for our EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT

Universal Basic Income: explored in the context of minorities- infoecmi.eu/index.php/univu2026

The Second Volume of the ECMI student textbook broadens the traditional scope of minority studies- infoecmi.eu/index.php/the-u2026

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UN Forum on Minority Issues (Europe) 2019: Education, Language and the Human Rights of Minorities. May 6-7th, European Parlt, Brussels. Organised by UN SR for Minorities & Tom Lantos Inst in partnership with #ELEN2019. #IYIL2019 Information & Registration: elen.ngo/2019/03/21/un-u2026

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