Tag Archives: Villa Vigoni

British multiculturalism and what can Europe learn: Prof. Modood on “middle-aged” minorities

Prof. Tariq Modood presented the model of British multiculturalism in relation with integration of migrant and minority communities, highlighting impacts of EU and Brexit. Continue reading

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What do immigrants need? Not a minority protection mechanism. Prof. Kymlicka shares his views.

Prof. Will Kymlicka shared his views on ‘new’ and ‘old’ minorities, extending the scope of minority protection mechanisms, and challenges and weaknesses of integration policies for immigrants in Europe. Continue reading

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Migration Studies meets Minority Studies: updates from Villa Vigoni

National minorities and migrant communities, or ‘old’ minorities and ‘new’ minorities: what are the relationships between these groups and the respective protection mechanisms? ECMI and EURAC conference kicked off in Villa Vigoni. First insights from the event. Continue reading

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National minorities and migrant communities in Europe: ECMI organizing a conference in Italy

“What’s in a Name? Extending the Existing Scope of Protection for National Minorities to Migrant Communities in Europe” is the title of a conference organized by the ECMI and EURAC Research in April in Villa Vigoni, Italy. Continue reading

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