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#94: Intercultural Coexistence and Cooperation : Is the Model of Schleswig-Holstein Transferrable?
Author:
Dr. Zora Popova, Inga Marken and Lavinia Bâdulescu
Pages:
42
Source:
European Centre for Minority Issues
Release Date:
09-09-2016

The current paper, developed in connection to an ECMI project implemented in Azerbaijan in 2014, explores the transferability of successful reconciliation and intercultural cohesion mechanisms from one region or a country to another. Analysing the positive example of Schleswig-Holstein and the conflict region of Nagorno-Karabakh, the paper aims at overcoming the specific context related issues and to look at the structural factors that need to be considered if a model is to be adapted to a historically, geographically, and culturally different case.

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