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European Yearbook of Minority Issues, Volume 4 (2004/2005)
ISBN:
978-90-04-14953-3
Pages:
738
Source:
Brill | Nijhof
Release Date:
30-06-2006

General Editors: Arie Bloed;Rainier Hofmann;Joseph Marko;James Mayall;John Packer;Marc Weller.

Managing Editors: Emma Lantschner; Tove H. Malloy.

Assistant Editors: Marnie Lloydd; Gabriel N. Toggenburg; Leonhard Voltmer; Matthew Ward.

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Table of Contents 

 

Preliminary material
(Editors European Yearbook of Minority Issues Online)
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Towards a New Paradigm of Minority Law-Making:
A Rejoinder to Palermo and Woelk’s Law of Diversity 

(Tove H. Malloy)
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Minorities and Religions in Europe.
Case Study: The Assyro-Chaldeans of Turkey 

(Joseph Yacoub)
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Minority Rights in China:
A Legal Overview 

(Joshua Castellino and Elvira Dominguez Redondo)
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Situating Federalism, Minorities and Communalism in the Indian Polity 
(Arshi Khan)
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Minority Representation within the Spanish Electoral System 
(Eduardo J. Ruiz Vieytez)
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Still No Place to Go:
Nomadic Peoples’ Territorial Rights in Europe 

(Jérémie Gilbert)
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Ombudsmen and Similar Institutions for Protection against Racial and Ethnic Discrimination 
(Andrea Krizsan)
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Building up a Specialized Body 
(Mikko Puumalainen)
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The Ombudsman as Advocate 
(Philip Giddings)
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Removing Barriers 
The Accessibility of an Ombudsman or National Human Rights Institution to Vulnerable Communities 

(Marnie Lloydd)
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Towards Increased Cooperation between National Ombudsman Institutions and International Minority Rights Mechanisms 
(Rianne Letschert)
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Ombudsman Institutions and Ethnic Conflict in Russia and Ukraine:
A Failure of Local Institution-building? 

(Bill Bowring)
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Minority Protection and Anti-discrimination Policies:
Synergies and Challenges at the EU Level 

(Birgit Weyss and Alexander Lubich)
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Looking Back at Ten Years of EU Minority Conditionality vis-a-vis Central and Eastern European Candidate States 
(Guido Schwellnus)
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Unravelling a Trade-Off:
Reconciling Minority Rights and Full Citizenship in Turkey 

(Dilek Kurban)
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Recent Developments on the Status of (Minority) Languages within the EU Framework 
(Niamh Nic Shuibhne)
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The Long-Term Residents Directive 
(John Handoll)
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Integrating the Roma into European Society:
Time for a New Initiative 

(By: Olivier De Schutter)
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Integrating Minorities in Weak States:
The Case of Georgia 

(Jonathan Wheatley)
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Building a New Regime of Interethnic Cooperation in Armenia? 
(Shavarsh Khachatryan)
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Ethnic Profile of Post-Soviet Azerbaijan 
(Arif Yunusov)
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Durable Solutions for Meskhetian Turks:
The Issue Revisited 

(By: Andrei Khanzhin)
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Review of the Monitoring Process of the Council of Europe Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities 
(Alain Chablais)
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The Committee of Experts of the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages:
June 2004 – June 2005 

(Vesna Crnić-Grotić)
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The Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights 
(Roberta Medda-Windischer)
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The Activities of the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities:
July 2004 – June 2005 

(Krzysztof Drzewicki and Vincent de Graaf)
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Minorities at the United Nations:
The UN Working Group on Minorities in Context
 
(Asbjorn Eide)
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Minorities and Indigenous Peoples’ Protection:
The Practice of UN Treaty Bodies in 2004 

(Nathalie Prouvez)
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Recent Developments in Romania on the Draft Law on the Status of National Minorities:
Deja Vu All Over Again? 

(D. Christopher Decker)
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The Referendum on Decentralization in Macedonia in 2004:
A Litmus Test for Macedonia’s Interethnic Relations 

(Joseph Marko)
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Democratization as a Means of Conflict Resolution in Moldova 
(Oleh Protsyk)
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